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A Prayer About Growing Spiritual Fruit

Your Daily Prayer

02:56 min | 14 hrs ago

A Prayer About Growing Spiritual Fruit

"The fruit of the spirit is the characteristics of a God centered spiritually focused lifestyle. The Holy Spirit produces and develops this fruit and Christians who surrender to the direction and influence of God. Through the spirit's power we can enjoy the benefits of our personal relationship with him. Sometimes surrender means we enter a winter season where our hearts experience a preparation for the fruit God will grow in us. These character qualities, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control. Take time to develop. They grow as we practice them over into over, love looks like a willingness to make personal sacrifices for the cause of Christ and the benefit of others. What can you do today to show that kind of love? Joy is the inner sense of gladness, not based on feelings, but based on the love and grace given to those who belong to Christ. Peace is the inner calm and contentment of a right relationship with God, and knowing that God has everything under control. Patience is the ability to wait without becoming angry or upset. Kindness involves active consideration for others. Goodness is a trait that causes someone to do what is right and beneficial for others. Faithfulness is an unwavering loyalty and devotion to following through on one's commitments. Gentleness acts mercifully and appropriately. And self control is the discipline of mastering one's desires and emotions. We will have seasons where we feel as though we're missing this fruit in our lives. Instead of gentleness, we respond with harshness. Rather than self control, we choose to self indulge. Peace disappears in the face of worries. It can feel like our previous growth faded like autumn colors giving way to the monochromatic colors of winter. In these moments, we can pause. We can rest and trust that God hasn't given up on us. He's still has fruit to grow in us. When we choose rest and trust, God works in the soil of our hearts to prepare us for the next harvest of fruit. Let's pray O lord, you are the one in whom my soul finds its delight. You place your Holy Spirit within me so that I can be a light to those around me and bring glory to you. Sometimes it feels like my heart is as desolate as a barren wind slept winter field. But I choose to trust you, I choose to believe that even if I can't see growth, you are growing fruit in me so that you can use me to bless others. I give you glory and I weighed on you this season. In Jesus name, amen.

The Sacraments Vs. Scripture

Truth For Life Daily Program

01:28 min | 1 d ago

The Sacraments Vs. Scripture

"Baptism and the lord's supper are communion, whatever other important ends may be intended for both of them. They were appointed as a moored for publicly professing our faith in the gospel. When the ordinances are the sacraments of the church, are made to teach us other things than what the Bible teaches us, then we have to be very, very careful. What you have in the Bible is the truth of God verbally, what you have in the ordinances or the sacraments is the truth of God visibly. And the truth of God visibly conveyed by means of symbols does not contradict the truth of God verbally conveyed in the truth of the Bible. So when you find a teaching that grants to the visible elements, that which calls in question what we have verbally in the testimony of scripture, then you're going to have to make a decision. Are we going to embrace the cry of the reformation solar scripture so that this is our authority for understanding what the church is to be and how the church is to operate or is the scriptures just one of another source by which we may make our pilgrimage through our spiritual existence.

Index Coop Introduces Diversified Staked ETH Index

Ethereum Daily

01:13 min | 1 d ago

Index Coop Introduces Diversified Staked ETH Index

"Introduced DS eth an index token for diversified exposure to staked eth. The index token currently includes RE by rocket pool, STE by lido and SE two by steak wise. Index scoop plants add additional liquid staking derivatives in the index that meet its inclusion criteria, which favors decentralized protocols, the inclusion criteria includes liquidity, client diversity, transparency, yield, and security requirements. Notably coinbase's CBE token was not included in the index due to its hefty 25% commission fee and an underdetermined safety rating by the community. The DS eth index only accepts value occurring tokens as opposed to rebasing tokens. DS eth also charges a 25 basis point streaming fee on top of staking fees for tokens in the index. Can be purchased on secondary markets or minted directly on index coupe, just under a quarter $1 million worth of DSE has been minted so far. Index scoop is a community owned fork of set protocol V two that allows users to create crypto indices. Compound

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Jim Hanson: Talk Radio Saved the Conservative Voice

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Jim Hanson: Talk Radio Saved the Conservative Voice

"Jim, we have so much a two discuss, but you are an expert in not just a kinetic warfare, meaning physical warfare being led on target steel on target. But also information warfare. You've written about this in your past books. Can you just give us a kind of one on one on what it is conservative media? So the only thing we own is talk radio. I mean, if you're a bag of hate, you can't do talk radio. The leftists try it again and again and again. They always crash. I mean, three hours of screaming and ranting doesn't really work. We thanks to rush and everybody else and my colleagues are sailing. We own talk radio. But it's not enough. So as we see conservatives, whether it's a daily wire, whether it's Salem or others, venture into these other platforms that where there's this left wing domination, what is it they're missing and what should we be concentrating on to leverage our skills? Yeah, no, you're absolutely right. Talk radio saved us. We had nothing. Talk radio was the voice in the wilderness coming on your car while you're driving around. And it kept all of us sane. Now, that is not going to be where the next generations get their information. They get it online. They scroll a feed and we have to be in whatever feed and all of the feeds that are being fed into their little minds. And you might just recommend a bumper sticker. Absolutely. We need to be in the feed. Hey. I can do IO. Right on. I just sell it at the gorgeous store. But that's where it is. That's where they decide, you know, in before. When you spun the radio dial, oh, I hate that song. What's the next station? Now I want to hear that song. It's the same thing that when they're scrolling to a feed, that's what they're doing. They're looking for something to catch their interest. So how do we, as conservatives, package our message for all of the many platforms in a way that gets the attention of the people who use that platform.

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Crowder, The Daily Wire, And Conservative Media With Jim Hanson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 1 d ago

Crowder, The Daily Wire, And Conservative Media With Jim Hanson

"Me summarize, tell me if you think I've misconstrued it. But here we have, because the weird thing is crowded didn't mention the daily wire. He just read, look how I'm being exploited by a conservative content provider, then the CEO of the daily white Jeremy boring actually read he said he fessed up, yes, sorry, Steve's talking about us. And he read the whole contract on air about 50 minutes long, a very dry contract. And it seems to be an argument between a company that has a lot of money, offered Crowder, quite a nice package, 50 million over four years. But said, if you receive strikes, mean you tube penalize you for saying something that is politically incorrect. And you lose money from your YouTube post, well, we're going to dock some of your pay because we can't make money, which seems reasonable because you can't make money if you're not making money. But crowd is point is that this is the daily wire, this burgeoning conservative content providing empire. That is genuflecting at the altar of woke corporations like YouTube and is penalizing conservatives who get in trouble with big tech. Jim, what's missing in this story? Reality, I guess, is the problem. Crowder is a big deal. Yes. So the idea. If you're not, right? And the 50 million included his production costs. So that's guys. Yeah. So he's paying a lot of people out of that 50 million, but it's still a lot of money. And the idea that he's being exploited and he's the poor content provider, if he does things that he knows, because he's prone to doing things to get YouTube to bother him. He has a segment where I think it's called this will piss off YouTube. And so he says, come to my private rumble or come to my platform. I mean, he deliberately baits. People to say, well, I can't say this on YouTube. So come over to my private platform. And it seems reasonable if you're going to pay someone for content and they are going to jeopardize that content in a business way, you mitigate against that. I mean, the

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The Lord's Supper: An Outward Sign of an Inward Reality

Truth For Life Daily Program

07:38 min | 2 d ago

The Lord's Supper: An Outward Sign of an Inward Reality

"You may regularly take part in communion in your local church. What does this expression of faith really mean? Are we eating and drinking Christ's physical body and blood? Today on truth for life, Alistair begg, takes a closer look at the lord's supper. Baptism and the lord's supper are communion, whatever other important ends may be intended for both of them. They were appointed as a mode for publicly professing our faith in the gospel. That by means of our celebration of the lord's supper by means of our participation in the opportunity of baptism, both contexts are an opportunity for the public profession of our faith. If people will come around and say, why do you celebrate this meal as you do, the answer is because of who Jesus is and because of what he has done, why are you going through water in this way? Why are you undergoing this ceremony or this right, the answer would be the same thing because of who Jesus is because of what he has done and because of what he has asked me to do. Both of the ordinances of the church do this for us. Augustine defined them as outward and visible signs of an inward and spiritual grace. In each case, the sign is a visible display that points to a reality different from and more significant than itself. For example, you may know that there is a sign somewhere up on the freeway at that points to Chicago. You may know the sign you may actually have part your car underneath the sign, you may have actually pointed the sign out to other people. And you could be very familiar with this sign without ever having visited the place to which it points. There is a Chicago, you know, because there is a sign. Apparently, there are people there, but you do not know because you've never been. So the potential for being familiar with the sign without having ever embraced the reality to which the same points is clear in these trivial illustrations, but it is equally so when it comes to the matter of communion and the lord's supper. Since it is possible to participate in what is merely an outward display without knowing the inward reality to which the display points, it is therefore very, very important for us as individuals and as a church to pay the most important attention to these matters. What we have in the New Testament in these ordinances are there not as a result of men getting together and thinking up a ceremony or an institution, but they are thereby divine appointment. If you turn to Luke chapter 22, which I suggested, you might have your finger in. You find there that Jesus in verse 19 takes bread on the occasion of the last supper, he gives thanks and breaks it and gives it to his disciples saying this is my body given for you and then notice do this in remembrance of me. Why then do we have baptism on the lord's supper because they were instituted ordained, if you like, by Christ, who is the head of the church? Now, a number of you that are here this morning will, of course, have come out of a background in which you have been led to believe that there are really 7 sacraments or 7 ordinances. And if you have been catechized in your own tradition properly as many of you, I'm sure have, then you will have been believing always that you must add to baptism and to communion or the eucharist, penance, confirmation, marriage, ordination, and final unction. To you, I say this. Take all of your 7 sacraments or ordinances, and then take your Bible and look for all 7. Retain all that you find and discard all that you do not discover. When you have completed the exercise, you will discover that as an ordinance or as a sacrament, if we choose to use that word, there are only two given by Christ and underscored by scripture. Not that the issue of marriage or some of these other things is not addressed in the Bible, but simply that it is not given to us in the way that baptism and the lord's supper is given. These things emerged in the development of Christendom and largely in the Middle Ages. By the time of the reformation, the confusion concerning sacraments was far more about the nature of the sacrament itself than it was about how many sacraments there were supposed to be. The issue was, what is happening in the lord's supper? The issue was, what is baptism really mean and who should it be that is participating in it? And I think this morning in a congregation like this, if we're honest, the real discussions that we ever find ourselves having do not really an ultimately relate to the numbers involved, but relate to the very issue of what is involved. Because as time went by, baptism and the lord's supper came to be regarded not simply as signs of grace. As Augustine pointed them out, outward and visible signs of an inward and spiritual grace, Augustine's statement was representative of a fourth century understanding of things once you had had the development of the apostolic church under the neronian persecution. But once you go forward from there, you discover that the signs of grace are now actually being thought of as containing grace and conveying grace. You understand the difference. So there's not simply that the sign says there is Chicago. Suddenly the sign is Chicago. It is not that the bread and the blood are representative of a sacrifice in the first century on a Roman hill, but it is now that the bread and the blood are the actual body and blood of the lord Jesus Christ. The symbol has become the reality. And as a result of that, we are then told it conveys the very grace that the penitent require. Now these notions are firmly embedded in the minds of not a few within our parkside congregation. And when they are embedded in the mind, then it's very difficult to them. And why would I even try to? Certainly, it would be far more sensible for me and a far easier journey for me, simply to leave it alone. But I can't leave it alone. Because if, for example, original sin is not removed as a result of the baptism

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A Prayer to Combat Unhealthy Comparison

Your Daily Prayer

02:41 min | 2 d ago

A Prayer to Combat Unhealthy Comparison

"If we compare Jesus ministry against the world's via success, most would consider him a failure. Jesus had only 12 disciples, all of which deserted him when he was arrested to be crucified. Matthew 26 56. He was accused of breaking the law by the most esteemed rollers and leaders in his culture. And he doubted death reserved for our criminal naked and exposed on a wooden crossbow people spit on him. Matthew 26 67, 27, 35. Nothing about his ministry screamed success. Then he was raised to life and ascended to heaven leave him behind, sick, unhealed, and lost people to be ministered to by his rebellious misfit group of disciples. Luke 24 51. Nothing thwarted Christ's obedience to the father. He knew his ministry was not a failure despite how it looked when held up against the world's stipulations for success. The greatest thing I admire about the leaders as serve alongside at my church is the way they continuously point me and the people they lead back to Jesus. So yes, let's learn what we can from the great leaders that surround us and the people got places in our lives, but less guard against using others as a benchmark of our success. God has uniquely placed a calling on each of our lives. We don't have to compare or compete with others to hear well done. We only need to be faithful. What looks like a failure when comparing ourselves to others, just may be the greatest thing we accomplished for the kingdom. For that reason, we have to keep our ads fixed on Jesus. Let's pray. Jesus. Thank you for the people in our lives who grow, shape, and sharpness into your image. Lord, I know you created us to teach one another and learn from each other. Jesus forgive us when we cross the line by trying to find our worth best sizing ourselves up to others. And what the world defines a successful. You alone are the source of our worth. And you loved us so much that while you were dying a gruesome death for us, you considered the joy of being with God in your children forever in heaven to help you endure. Lord, I pray you would give us wisdom to see when the things you call us to don't look like success in this life. Lord remind us and give us the strength to keep our ads fixed on you. In Jesus name. Amen.

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Four Former Presidents Say They Have No Classified Documents

Mark Levin

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Four Former Presidents Say They Have No Classified Documents

"Somebody finally did what I thought they should do kinda Kinda Headline daily mail Obama Clinton and both bushes turned over all classified documents to the national archives their offices confirmed in the midst of the Biden scandal and after files were found at pence's home Why is that misleading Four former presidents say they have no classified documents Former vice president's quail training gore also say they have none

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Lockdowns Cause 300,000 Axcess Deaths

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | 2 d ago

Lockdowns Cause 300,000 Axcess Deaths

"In 2022, CDC researchers found that heart disease deaths increased by 4% in 2020. Representing about 5 years of lost progress in the fight against America's leading killer. Deaths from drug overdoses increase too. With the nation recording a record 108,000 overdose fatalities in 2021. That is a 15% increase from the previous all time high count in 2020. Doctor Steven henke in The Economist at the Baltimore Maryland school that is Johns Hopkins, I believe that it is that Johns Hopkins found the strict COVID protocols in early 2020 save 10,000 lives across the U.S. and Europe. He led research into the true impact of lockdowns alongside researchers from Sweden in Denmark, finding the devastating policies only reduced COVID mortality by one tenth of 1%. Doctor hanke told daily mail, the lockdown study found that lockdowns in the spring of 2020 had a negligible effect on COVID mortality.

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The Daily Beast Publishes Hit Piece on Ron DeSantis' Twitter Team

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | 3 d ago

The Daily Beast Publishes Hit Piece on Ron DeSantis' Twitter Team

"Just reading this article about The Daily Beast put out a hit piece on Ron DeSantis team that's hilarious They're like well deserved People tweet about him What a scam I'm like wow this is really bad Wrap it up we're on it's over I just won by 20 points in Florida He's just resigned tomorrow No that's the gist of the piece That the team likes good PR that desantis team And they like it when people who were influencers or whatever they call them tweet about them That's your story That's it that's it It reminds me of the usual suspects I'm at a Kevin pollak scene We can place you in Queens on the night of the robbery Oh you can I live in Queens You figure that out yourself Well you got a team of monkeys working around the clock on that That's a great story That Daily Beast man You guys are really on it That guy called Rene sergeant I forgot what I was going to say I could push him against on the night of the hijack Oh yes I live in Queens Did you put that together yourself Einstein What do you got a team of monkeys working around the clock on this Totally forgot you had that One of my favorite lines from one of my favorite movies There's no Coke I love that movie Tell me you there come on you didn't know he was Kaiser so say at the end Did anybody know Virgil Virgil kid right Did anybody know nobody knew that Too bad he's such a weirdo in real life

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A Prayer for Peace in Unstable Times

Your Daily Prayer

02:22 min | 3 d ago

A Prayer for Peace in Unstable Times

"No matter what is going on around us, we can find an unshakable confidence in the lord because he is ever faithful to us. This is why staying in the word consistently is so important when experiencing stressful or unstable times. Faith comes by hearing the word of God, Romans ten 17, and the more we are studying the scriptures, the stronger our trust in God becomes, the word of God is so powerful and the more we study and meditate on it, our foundation will be strong in price and will continually know how to look to him any time stress and anxiety tries to overtake us. Let us always be quick to ask the lord for his sustaining grace and help us in our time of need, looking to him always because he cares for us. No matter what is going on around us, even if it seems like everything is falling apart, we must remember that God holds the entire universe in his hands. He is completely sovereign. Nothing passes through his hands by accident. He is in total control and has a great plan regarding all of it. We can trust in him and rest in his great perfect peace. Let us set our mind upon him. Let's pray. Lord, thank you that you want us to set our minds upon you at all times. Thank you that there is no where I can go that you are not there with me. Thank you for having a hold of my life, even as I feel like everything is crumbling around me. I confess that I have let stress take a hold of my life rather than you. I've tried to control things in my life and at the same time I've let anxiety control my mood, my attitudes and my actions. Lord, I repent of this. Please father help me see what is stressful or worrisome in my life and hand it over to you, help me actively think on your goodness to me. I am so hopeful for my eternity with you, lord, where the presence of sin and fear will no longer be there. Help me look back on all the ways you have rescued me from my fearful moments and remember where you have always been faithful to me in the midst of great trials. Help me to rest in the truth of your goodness and power today. Thank you, ward, for your perfect peace. In Jesus name, amen.

Selling Wolf Tickets

The Officer Tatum Show

00:57 sec | 3 d ago

Selling Wolf Tickets

"Let me jump on the subject of Steven Crowder real quick. And I know you I don't know if you guys are familiar with it. Steven Crowder versus the daily wire, he secretly recorded Jeremy boring, who's a cofounder of the daily wire and put it all online and claimed that the contract $50 million contract was the speed in his face. And I don't even know how anybody would pay him $50 million to do it. I guess he must be that good and I'm just unaware. However, I want to talk about social media and influence and these big companies taking over people like myself. If you hear a person like Steven Crowder, who's been with the blaze for I don't know how many years, he started with the blaze when he had like 300,000 subscribers. And you hear him complaining about big organizations. Taking advantage of the little guy do not listen. This person is selling you wolf tickets.

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Proposal To Activate Aave V3 On Ethereum Is Now Live

Ethereum Daily

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Proposal To Activate Aave V3 On Ethereum Is Now Live

"A proposal to activate the ave V 3.0 .1 deployment on Ethereum mainnet is now live. The proposal marks the final steps in a highly anticipated V three upgrade, which brings higher composability to the protocol pre approved assets on the new deployment include wrapped Bitcoin wrapped ether W STE USD C diet link and ave. The governance previously decided to do a fresh contract deployment for V three on Ethereum instead of upgrading V two contracts. This means users will need to migrate their existing positions from V two two V three on Ethereum. Three is already live on polygon avalanche arbitrum optimism phantom and harmony.

Maria Bartiromo Makes the Connection Between Money, Biden & China

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 4 d ago

Maria Bartiromo Makes the Connection Between Money, Biden & China

"How much did Joe Biden know And was Hunter Biden using his dad and selling his dad out too while his dad was selling out the country That would be the ultimate irony Listen to bartiromo Lay out the disturbing new churn in Biden's document scandal New reports this morning indicate some of the documents were placed at yet another temporary address This time in D.C.'s Chinatown neighborhood Before traveling to the Penn Biden think tank in D.C. which of course paid Biden $900,000 after the think tank accepted a donations millions from China Also the daily mail is reporting that the packing up of the documents at the tail end of Biden's vice presidency were overseen by an aid recommended by first son Hunter Biden We do not know what she knew about the classified documents Kathy Chung was ultimately reporting we do not know if she was ultimately reporting back to the Chinese Communist Party Joining me right now with more on the committee's work following these new discoveries is House oversight and reform chairman congressman James comer Mister chairman your reaction to these new discoveries what do we know about the links between Joe Biden and communist China in terms of the money paid to the Biden family has that dictated the way he treats our number one adversary Look I think most Americans would be shocked if they saw how many connections the Biden family has to people directly affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party It's very startling Yeah congressman it sure as hell is

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Identity & Roles: Finding Our Worth in Christ

Daily Grace

02:18 min | 4 d ago

Identity & Roles: Finding Our Worth in Christ

"How do we value the roles that we're in? How do we find joy from them? But at the same time, not find our identity in them. So crystal, I'm kind of wondering, how do you think we do that? How do we delight in fulfilling our God given roles without them becoming our whole identity? I think it's a great question. And I think that we truly believe it's possible for us to find joy in our roles without letting them take over our identity. But first, I think we have to identify the ways that we are tempted to find our identity in those roles. If we don't know the ways we're looking to other things to fulfill us, it's going to be hard for us to work through those temptations and find healthier ways to seek our identity in the lord. Yeah, absolutely. Like I just said before, I had no idea how much I was finding my identity in my work. So I think that's really great. I think one thing we have to look at is our identity in the roles that we currently have. So I think that we can do this before we get to crisis by trying to figure out how we do find our identity in the roles that we currently have. Maybe we're trying to find approval or acceptance from others and how well we fulfill that role. I know that I feel that pressure a lot at work. Like I want to know that I'm doing a good job and that I'm supporting my team and that comes from a genuine place of like wanting to be a team player, but it can go too far to where I'm finding my identity in that. And when I have a moment where maybe I slip up on a project or make a mistake, it's all of a sudden becoming this thing where I feel like myself worth is a total zero. I think another thing about finding our identity in our roles is that we can sometimes believe that the roles that we hold were given to us by God in exchange for us being a good person or making the right decisions. You know, I often hear people say this about the roles of being a wife and being a mom. I just saw this the other day I saw a woman comment on the thread on Facebook and she was talking about the fact that she didn't have children and she said, I guess God didn't think that I would be a good mother. And so I think it's so easy to believe that God gives or withholds certain roles from us based on our performance, but we just know that that's not the way that God works at all.

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The Four Marks of the Healthy Church

Truth For Life Daily Program

01:17 min | 4 d ago

The Four Marks of the Healthy Church

"As a body, we need to be constantly checking our vital signs. When somebody falls over and passes out, the cry goes out for a physician, the physician comes and immediately begins to check the vital signs of the individual. Thereby determining whether this is a living body or whether it is, in fact, one that is no longer present. And by means of these signs, of course, the doctor seeks to establish the state of health of the one under examination. To this end, we return to familiar territory for us as a church in the closing verses of aix chapter two, seeking to determine the health of our church by asking ourselves what are the four distinctive marks of the healthy church? What are the four distinguishing marks of the healthy church? Now, obviously, there are more marks than these, but no church is healthy without these. And they are as follows. Number one, that the church is learning, number two, that the church is sharing. Number three that the church is worshiping, and number four that the church is growing, learning, sharing, worshiping, growing.

A Prayer for an Anxious Heart

Your Daily Prayer

01:57 min | 4 d ago

A Prayer for an Anxious Heart

"The next time something catches you by surprise, and you find those anxious feelings bubbling inside you, your thoughts going every which way, try this. Allow anxiety to prompt you to pray. Talk to God about your problems and trials remind yourself that he is all knowing, so you don't have to be. Rejoice that he is present with you through every storm and trial, and he will use every bit of your trouble to drive you to a hope that never fails. Allow this truth to be a balm to your anxious heart today. And know that you are never alone. That will never leave or forsake you. He wears 13 5. Let's pray. Dear lord. I admit, I often don't think to rejoice when trouble strikes. I need jerk is worrying. But in your graciousness, you gently remind me through anxiety to lift up my circumstances and prayer. Lord, I pray your word over my anxious heart. God, thank you that I can rejoice in these troubles because they are refining me into a strong and hope filled person. So lord, I trust that as I lean on you during my trials, you stir hope in me and out onto others who may be enduring their own problems. God help me to be gentle with myself when I'm feeling scared. Help me to run to you and not away from you, I know you are good. And you'll use everything happening to me for my good and your glory. Thank you that is our praise you and ask for what I need. You give me peace that surpasses all understanding. Philippians forces. Thank you that gratitude is the secret weapon to experiencing joy during the storms I face. In Jesus name, amen.

Vitalik Publishes Guide On Stealth Address Mechanisms

Ethereum Daily

01:08 min | 4 d ago

Vitalik Publishes Guide On Stealth Address Mechanisms

"Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin published an incomplete guide to stealth addresses, covering mechanics and use cases for privacy on Ethereum. A stealth address provides privacy for the recipient of a transaction typically by generating a fresh address for each receiving transaction in his blog post vitalik describes a stealth address scheme in which a receiver holds a root spending key used to generate a stealth meta address, a standard can then use the meta address to generate a new stealth address belonging to the receiver. Furthermore, a key blinding mechanism is used to ensure that only a receiver can generate a spending key for the newly generated stealth address. Vitalik also mentions the use of stealth addresses with elliptic curve cryptography. However, he notes that stealth addresses lack a way to pay for transaction fees as a solution he proposes to use of ZK snarks to anonymously transfer funds to pay for fees. Alternatively, vitalik suggests using searchers and blind signatures to fund transaction fees on E three less wallets.

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

13:00 min | 4 months ago

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The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:49 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"As you straighten your spine and close your eyes, gently uplifting your eyes. Begin to tune into how you're feeling at this moment. Your daily dose of inner peace. Could simply be a happy thought. What? Makes you happy and instantly uplifts your mood. As you sit up straight and relax your body, mentally affirm this week's affirmation, peace begins with me. Peace begins with me. You may place your hands in the avatar Prada mudra, intertwining your fingers, palms facing your chest, thumbs upward this is a mudra that helps you to experience unshakable trust within yourself. What are your values and what do you stand for? Are you willing to act on those values? What is your greatest hope? What is your current greatest stress right now? Have you noticed a daily dose of peace technique that helps to calm stress your experiencing. Visualize someone who supports you, someone who inspires and lifts you. Feel as though they're seated right next to you, supporting you now. Attune yourself often with people and places that inspire you. When you consider the stress you've been experiencing this week, focus on what you're learning. What are the hidden gifts? Even within your stress. What are your beliefs? And what are you willing to do to act on your beliefs? To help you in your current situation.

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The Daily Meditation Podcast

02:45 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"Only one sail away from the Shopify 1000 club. Is that a thing? Well, mom, have a cookie. I'll take one. Dad. These are delicious. You need to shell them. You should. Mom. No, seriously.

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The Daily Meditation Podcast

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:09 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"Welcome to episode 2758 of the daily meditation podcast. I'm Mary meckley, and I welcome you to our series. We're exploring this week. This week, the theme is a daily dose of inner peace, and all week long you've explored techniques and insight to help you instantly tune into inner peace. You don't have to wait until things are just right to experience peace within regardless of what's happening in the world around you. I am currently evacuated from my home in Florida. I live on an island just off the coast of Sarasota in Florida and we are waiting to find out when we can go back on to the island and my heart goes out to those who've lost loved ones who have lost their homes and livelihoods. It's times like this that allow you to notice the benefits of any kind of relaxation ritual you may have. And if you meditate and here you are, I give you a lot of credit for being right here doing this for yourself. You notice that you are able to manage stressful situations in a better way. You still experience the stress, but research shows that you're able to recover much more effectively. And you're able to move on from this stress. And so as you give yourself a daily dose of peace today, I want to share with you today's insight to your peace formula, and that is to focus on what your learning, sometimes when you're going through a crisis. And you focus on not so much the moment what is happening, but rather what you're learning, and you make mistakes along the way, especially during a crisis when things don't always go so smoothly and things are often beyond your control. This is a time when you will benefit from what you're exploring this week in your challenge. A challenge is an important part of each week's series. So before I guide you in today's meditation, I want to touch base with you regarding your challenge this week. You are encouraged to think about your day before your day even begins. And anticipate the kind of stressful situations you might experience. To the best of your ability, and then think about some meditation techniques or maybe a mindset, shift you might need to make in order to be able to manage the stress of the day in a better way. So you prep for stress. And then at the end of your day, this is very important. This is a technique that the Dalai Lama is reported to do in his book, the art of happiness. He talks about how every day he does anticipate his day and the stress he might encounter and how he might manage that stress. And then at the end of the day, he reflects on how he did manage his stress. And what he would have done differently or to celebrate when he was able to navigate stress in a positive way. So this is your challenge for this week. Now I invite you to make yourself nice and comfortable as you relax your body. Straighten your spine, close your eyes, gently elevating them upwards. Begin to tune into where you're feeling stress right now. Allow yourself to gently release it. Inhale and exhale, noticing the rhythm and flow of your breath. Focus on

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:44 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"A class from or maybe someone in your lifetime who has greatly inspired you, they may or may not be living. And as you encounter stressful times, attune your self. To this person. Think about what they would do in your situation. So, consider your stressful moments that you're focusing on this week to release and think about what this person would do. If they encountered the same kind of stress. Think about what this person would recommend, you do, to find more peace. Attune yourself to this person and feel as though they're seated next to you as you do the

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

02:33 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"You approach the stress that you face as you pursue your life each day? What's one thing you could do to start your day to help you manage stress throughout your day? Could you sit in stillness, reflecting on what feed your soul? Could you spend time with a loved one? Enjoying their company. What could become your anchor for this week? Visualize yourself now approaching your day. Give yourself now and experience to help you create inner peace. Right here, right now. Allow yourself to calm down. And feel comfortable with stillness and silence.

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"Welcome to episode 2756 of the daily meditation podcast. I'm Mary McLeod, and I welcome you to a brand new series where launching into this week. This week, you are going to be giving yourself a daily dose of peace. You're going to be prepping yourself to experience peace in the midst of chaos. When stress and anxiety seem to be the emotions you experience most frequently these days, this week, you're going to discover how to make the necessary behavioral adjustments so that stress doesn't get the best of you. The more you're able to prep for stressful events before they even happen, the more you're able to adjust yourself so that you can get on top of the stress so it has the less power over you. If you find that you're already engaged in a fierce battle with stress, this week, you're going to discover how to make peace with the stress in your life, so this week, get ready for a daily dose of peace. Every week, you are invited to go on a weekly challenge. This is where you do a daily quest, and it helps you to go a little more deeply into the weeks theme. Your quest this week is to daily monitor your stress. Notice in the morning when you wake up, how you're feeling, notice what stressful events that you might anticipate during the day, it could even be reading the news and feeling stressed by what's happening around you. I live in Florida and at the moment, there is a potential for a hurricane, and since I live on an island off the coast of Florida, that means I will likely be evacuating. But you never know what will happen with the hurricane. But it does involve stress, so as I wake up in the morning, I'm thinking about how I can approach prepping for an evacuation and getting my home ready for severe weather in a calm and focused way. So we can still experience stress, but it's how we react to the stress in our life that makes the difference. So if you start your morning off by anticipating the kind of stress you might experience, this will help you prep for stress so that you don't become so overwhelmed. Also, when you go to bed at night, review your day and see how you manage your stress. Notice what you would do differently and also give yourself a lot of credit for the experiences you are going through because each time you begin to notice your reaction to stress, whether or not you reacted in a way you may regret the important thing is to notice your reaction to stress, that way you can begin to refine the way you respond to it. So that is your challenge this week. Also, if you want to go a little more deeply into any meditation series and this may be a series you want to explore more deeply, I have an app called the sip and ohm meditation app and there are 30 minute guided meditation experiences where I share a lot more insight and personal coaching as well as a longer meditation. You also get a journal for the week and you receive a guide with all the techniques I share with you and it's yours for a full week of free access to over 2000 guided meditations. You can try it for a week free. Now I invite you to settle yourself down, making yourself nice and comfortable. And I invite you to glance around your meditation space. This week, what could you do to enhance your space? To help you manage stress. Is there something that anchors you? Maybe it's a photo of a loved one? Maybe it's a candle. That is softly glowing as you meditate. Maybe meditating outside helps to soothe frazzled nerves. As

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Those are going to be the next two books. I just don't know in what order. I'm going to do them. And as you know. I will always have the author on the final episode to answer your questions. If you're patriot you can go to patron dot com slash the daily beans and eventually we'll put a link up on that page where you can click and fill out a form and ask you a question to the author since cool. What a cool. What a flex. To as long as we have the author at the very elliott was like. You're the oprah of political book really are. Oh my god. I need a sticker put on the front of the ag approved a dis book club. Msw book club approved some awesome. What amy was so great to see you. I missed you while you were gone to to. And we'll see you next week. I'll be that will be in savannah doing a movie but i will be here accident. I love savannah. Georgia's such a beautiful georgia. Yeah i can't wait. I've only ever driven through savannah so if anybody has any restaurant recommendations or just literally any recommendations. Let me know because i will be there for two months. I have one recommendation for you. Watch the movie midnight in the garden of good and evil before you okay. Am i going to be scared. No it's it's just it's it's just about the the peccadilloes and intricacies and things about savannah. Georgia takes place there. And it's it's got John husak who is a fan of the beans. Yeah it's very very very cool. Movie baron cohen book midnight in the garden of good in the garden of good nearby definitely heard of it. I will watch it on the plane. Thank you sweep all right. Everybody until next tune. Please take care of herself to character. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been alison. Gill and aimee carrero. Them's the beans. The daily beans is written and executive produced by alison gill with additional research reporting by dana. Goldberg and aimee. Carrero sound design and editing is by desiree mcfarland with art and web design by joel reader with moxy design studios music for the daily beans as written and performed by they might be giants and the show is a proud member of the msw media network. A collection of creator owned podcasts. To news politics.

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Right so funny seriously. I love it. I never ran for public office. If we either of us did we'd have to put something together. That was funny. Catching like dawson. Yeah and you can tell. He's a comedian for act of watching. This like is this because somebody to send it to me. And i'm watching and i'm like is this. Is this parody. No this deutz fucking running for congress awesome. Hopefully we'll have him on the show at some point flip it blue segment. I absolutely love it. Eddie thank you an anonymous for sending this to us thank you. So he's he's gonna fight for you. My god Any at so before we go tell us a little bit about how your show went on. Fire island. I have to well from what i understand that thomas out later sold out which is wonderful. It was a sweet little room that held. I think one hundred people and the community on cherry grove in fire island just so loving and so wonderful supportive so really nice mix crowd. I did the seventy five minutes. It was hot as hell on stage but it was. Just you know you get back up there and you hear that laughter and make people laugh and we all need it right now. A very generous loving audience and i standing ovation and success hours. And we hold onto every moment it now because we don't know like told you win things are gonna shut down again at these moments are gonna end for us and i don't think people understand that a lot of the shutdowns won't happen nationally again. People are going to go to work. You know they're gonna have a bit metrics in place but for those of us that perform lives in on some asshole on twitter was like. Oh don't be be scared be broke. And i'm like this isn't going to be scared like unvaccinated. These big places these gala. They're the ones cancelling for the safety of the community. So we as performers. Don't have a choice in the matter so please it. You can just continue to support your life Performing artists those of us. That have two gig to make money. We're gonna get floored by this marian and hopefully people get vaccinated. The numbers go down there. Just keep changing so god. I just wish we could somehow reach the other side. I really do. I just hope that there's enough that you know. Third hesitancy will lean toward getting it eventually. That's my only hope where we had almost another million people vaccinated today. We are setting vaccination records again. At least you know aside from the first round of people who wanted to get vaccinated sure so that starts moving in the right direction which just need to mask up and be careful and and push your pusher local businesses to require vaccines and negative tests. I know i'm doing that where i live. Because it's not been mandated yet for a lot of stuff house for healthcare workers. Yeah futures and stuff but you know you're bars and restaurants gyms and stuff like that. Say i i. I really would feel better coming here if you required vaccines they can. And they're able and so give him the feedback and there's enough of us if there's enough of us. I went to a restaurant new again. They asked for my vaccine card in basic misdirecting. Artists said oh yes you can still nicer and we still eight outside in a by the you know we had our little barrier and stuff but yeah same for me in new york city. Everyone everyone wanted to see my vaccine card. When i went to the comedy store in la. I just walked in. Because i was just walk in and somebody came and tapped me on the shoulder and asked me to see my vaccine card. We need to start pushing for that. Because it's the hunter it's the people who are who are refusing to get vaccinated. That can that should stay home. The rest of us should be able to stuff on your percent. all right. well thank you so much. David sats was at your show. He wanted to say how wonderful it was He's a patron of ours and and he just wanted to pass that message along. And i think you. Dv few missing. I wish i rat known i. I don't think we met and it was so fast after the shown everyone left. But thank you so much for coming out supporting me truly truly and thank you all everybody. We'll be back tomorrow with more news. We'll talk more about what's happening on the ground in afghanistan and whatever else breaks until then please take care of yourselves. Take care of each other. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been ag. And i've been digi. Them's the beans. The daily beans is written and executive produced by alison gill with additional research and reporting by dana goldberg and amy caro-. Sound design and editing is by desharnais mcfarland with art and web designed by joel reader with moxy design studios.

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"The all time. Best joke writers ever. I love him so good. Some i like at hunk tears tweeted. I didn't know the word horny before the movie austin powers. I asked my mom. Would it meant and she explained lust to me. I had known about sexy thing as an aesthetic before. But austin powers introduced me to the concept of sexual desire as a human overly wordy tweet about it but i love to see it. Another one is from You know past guests roy. Wood junior at roy. Junior tweeted because again because new york is mandating vaccines. He just posted this picture of like a jason. Stay them as like a chef in chinatown like fighting this dude and it says when a patron declines to show proof of vaccination the chef kills him but the patron was a mob boss as goons descend on the store. The chef defend himself using the skills he learned as a navy seal british. I six spetsnaz. Jason stay them israeli pachinko in vacs on facts And then another one. it's a cartoon. Where with an anthropomorphized baggy of weed with little bit of weed in it and a and a person waving it's finger. Thomas has say no to drugs and the little baggie of weed saying maybe you should save the rest for another time and the person's going. No that was treated by at o. S. h. t. f. e. social dot too faint for that one. You can find me at miles of gray on twitter and instagram. Also the other podcast for twenty fiancee. Alexandra can find that. On twitter dot tv slash four twenty day fiance. You can find us at daly's on twitter at the daily zeitgeist on instagram. We have a facebook fan page and a website where we post our episodes and are putting. What's there we go. Thank you so much Where we post episode and obviously the song we ride out on before we tell you what that song is. Wanna tell you that The daily is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. I got the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Wherever you get some things for free now the song we're gonna ride out on. I wanna do something that will make us feel light. Bouncy put some pep in our step make our big toe. Shoot up in our boot. And it's attract by this band called durant jones and the indications. I just started listening to this group. They're really doped. There have like a group of guys who started making music in indiana in a basement and they were in college they put out an lp but their vibe is very much like jungle like sort of this disco funky soul sort of energy so it's really upbeat and the track is called which you which is spelled w i t c h oh this is durant jones in the indications with which you and i hope it makes y'all this field like You know until next time which will be later today. We'll tell you what's trending but then we'll see you tomorrow. Hope you guys take care of each other and we'll see them by by this episode of the daily zeitgeist is brought to you by seamy wine. Seamy wine was born from the grit and perseverance of its tenacious founder. Isabel cmih because when life gave her grapes she knew exactly what to do. And that's why glasses seamy wine is award worth having because good things come to those who are I've tried the chardonnay. it's medium body. And i must say an easy slipper on a nice hot summer day. Seamy wine is goodness from grit. And you can enjoy their many varietals. Wherever find wines are sold or visit online at shop cmih dot com that shop s i am i dot com to learn more about their premium. Selections of california wines. Order yours today please enjoy cmih ones. Responsibly seamy winery geyserville california. This is miami's own. Dj f. co host of the drink champs podcast on the black affect podcast network and iheartradio every week. Norian i sit down with the most legendary artists producers and icons in the music industry and the culture at large. So if you'd like to hear some legendary stories learn some hip hop history or just wanna have a good laugh. Make sure you go to subscribe to drink champs on the iheartradio app apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast. The corona virus vaccine produced in record time. But they're not slapdash overnight inventions their culmination of centuries of research and advances. My name is shaun raviv. I'm a journalist and hosting a podcast called long shot. The two hundred and fifty year journey to the cova nineteen vaccines will learn about the incentives experiments and accidents that drove vaccine development. And we'll meet some of the great minds behind the global effort to get us out of this democ within two long shot on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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The Daily Beans

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Through looking at the flu and the kid the two puppies and the german shepherd and the the fluffy pennsylvania's is there so great. Thank you for sending these. If you have anything you want to share anything at all you can do that. By sending it into us at daily beans pod dot com and click on contact mandy. Do you have any final thoughts before we get out of here today. I do not. But i did want to ask you to remind everyone where they can find out about your friday featuring meet up in case they weren't listening earlier. Oh yeah of. Course we're gonna send that out on on the patron page. And we're gonna email it to our patrons speed and also we have. I think super cast if will put it there too if you're super super cast member because some people signed up for ad free stuff through super cast instead of patriotic. Yes it's going to be in lower manhattan. It's gonna be friday at five. It will be in lieu of the zoom happy hour. So i do apologize to anyone who wanted to be on the zoom happier that can't make it to lower manhattan but My my trip is just pretty wall-to-wall book to be able to hold that zoom meetings. So i appreciate you giving me the day off and allowing me to meet up with some folks in person. I'll be in your town at some point. A promise Well okay maybe not. I just realized. I probably two hundred fifty thousand people like that. I come to their towns. Specifically there may be some that i miss but close to you. In the contiguous united states and maybe even the uk and australia. I can make what about that country north of y'all what canada. I'm kidding i hearing my accent come back a little bit honestly willing here. And now it's time to go The trailer park boys. I love to go to vancouver. I'd love to go to toronto. But the thing is with tirana in vancouver. I don't think the want are diseased asses across the border right now. Another when travel strict restrictions are lifted. But everyone please and thank you so much for sharing all this who all these wonderful stories and pod pet tax voters. Remember if you don't have pod pat tax. You can always send in a photo of a shelter animal up for adoption. We love that when people do that. Share that so they do and everybody until tomorrow. Please take care of yourselves. Take care of each other. Take care of your mental health into the planet. I've been alisonville equity amanda reader. And that's the beans. The daily beans is written and executive produced by alison gill with additional research and reporting by dana. Goldberg and aimee. Carrero sound design. Editing by desharnais mcfarland with art and web design by joel reader with moxy design studios.

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Really like john. Early knicks early. Brad evidence. cynthia nixon et cetera. That is That's going on at eight. Pm eastern five pacific Re posting it everywhere. If if you're interested in checking that out and the tweet i'm going to shout out the gloppy tweet. I feel like we got a lot of mileage out of it and it would be wrong. Not to shout out normalized being so sweaty in the summer the people mistake you for gloppy. And that's roma at to sagging tin is gloppy from candy land. Because i was. I don't quite remember Image of it looks like it. Looks like a pile of chicken. Ah he looks like he get diarrhea. What is he does. Best beat me for best job. Beats cousin gloppy. Oh it's from gandhi land. I guess so. Yeah shut out. The gloppy is out there. You can find me all over the place. I tweet that. I like first. One is from blair sake at blair sake. Tweeted going on a date tomorrow praying all day. He doesn't have twitter that drugs And another one from at kenzi in idiot tweeted today. I said. I want somebody to care that i hurt to my therapist and she started crying. Is that allowed not. We just felt that should my bones start crying. Beat his if you might as i by the rule that if you can make your therapist cry. The session is yeah. Yeah that's true. Well kind of cry like it doesn't empathetic tear like not account day or they have they have to feel straight up bad for you have to be like wow that your life is is garbage. I have not worth you can like stump your therapists where they're just like. Yeah that's just a bad situation. Like i'm not giving you one hundred dollars for tommy. The best situation. That's why i showed up right. That's like that was in the office. Space where the fucking where he's like going to that therapist and he's like describing just how fucked up like his he feels like his existences and then the therapist like god. That's messed up like a no. That's free. I think 'cause kayode you with my life you can find me at miles of gray on twitter and instagram. Also the other show four twenty day fiancee. you like. We'd you'd like ninety days per se. You like ninety days or we'd four combination check checkout the show go to twitter dot tv. Such 4-0 day fiance for that one. You can find us at daly's on twitter at the dailies Instagram we got a website. We got facebook fan pages you can go to. Www dot dailies guys dot com where we post the episodes and our footnotes stared is here and you can check out the song we ride out on which i will give it a second but just to remind you. The daily is a production of i heart. Radio so for more podcasts. With my radio visit iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or have you listen to your favorite shows. What song are we going on today. You ask well. I'm feeling rather old today. And i'm really getting in the spirit of listening to some remixes of j.lo's get right because but this isn't that song it's get right but it's like a very i don't know it feels like a like a like a sexy dinner version remix of get right. And it's by the artist. Economy e. k. A. n. y. And i believe this remix available on spotify but this economies get right so check that out and that's over red check back here with us a little bit later. We'll tell you what's trending and until next time which will be afternoon and then maybe after that we'll see against him all right bye bye. This episode of the daily zeitgeist brought to you by seamy wine. Seamy wine was born from the grit and perseverance of its taneja founder. Bill cmih because when life gave her grapes she knew exactly what to do. And that's why glass of seamy wine is award worth having because good things come to those who work hard I've tried the chardonnay. it's medium body. And i must say an easy skipper on a nice hot summer day. Seamy wine is goodness from grit. And you can enjoy. Many varietals wherever find wines are sold or visit online at shop. Cmih dot com shop s. i. m. i dot com to learn more about their premium selections of california wines. Order yours today please. Enjoy cmih ones. Responsibly seamy winery geyserville california. What is it like to give up. Everything for a life completely. Devoted to god i america lance and i'm a journalist and the host of the new podcast turning the sisters who left. I spent over a year. Researching mother teresa's catholic order the missionaries of charity. I've spoken with former sisters. Who worked closely with mother teresa. They talk about her bold vision and devotion to charity and prayer but some of them found that life inside this fiercely. Private religious order was not what they'd imagined. The order was wired. 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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"We feel so incredibly lucky and we can't wait to hit the road and see this great country and visit some old friends along the way. We also look forward to listening to many great podcasts. Such as yours along the way tax photo the first is of our fourteen year old dog precious on q. And our one year old cat banks. The second photo is our three year old cap misty. Who is an expert at getting into the drop ceiling. Oh my god stop. that might be the cutest. Oh my gosh right being slut news. I think that might be the cutest picture of academy ever seen the second one is zero. Cut misty his. Oh that's what i mean. Yeah yeh that looks like the you know the famous the cat is watching you masturbate. Meanwhile my people have this people use this as their zoom background. Like she good so cute. That's a memorable picture. Yeah okay i found. I found the eddie. oh cool. it's lobato sal licata. Which is the cheap comes out expensive. And it's so true and my parents had all the time and it's just like and also there's another one that i don't remember in spanish but it's like like fast money like money. That comes fast. Leaves fast or something like that. That's very true very wise on junior money. That comes fast. Leaves up your nose yoga. Yeah i that rolls around in my head. Every time i'm like. Should i buy the you know shy by the ten dollars a workout pants or should i drop the money on the lose and drop it on the louis because you'll have them for five extra years yes at least i've had all my lose for at least five years on. They're all the same exact as when i'm exactly. Yeah yes no right on thank you. I appreciate you joining me today for the good news and i hope everyone has a good weekend. If you have anything you wanna send in to us. And i also wanna hear how they get their white supremacist. Gang nicknamed yes linda specifically. You can do that. Yelling one o'clock doug you could send those in it. Daily bean spot dot com and click on contact. Do you have any final thoughts before we get out of here for the weekend evenings. Great we and and especially. If you're traveling stay safe and You know i don't know stay dry. I don't know it's raining on the east coast. stay dry keep your powder dry. Yeah yeah. And i hope you're having a blast shooting this this movie that you're doing it's very very fun and i did get to wear a wig way. Yeah and because they supposed to age me to thirty nine. And i was like okay. I'm not that far from thirty nine. So i thought they were gonna give me a suit. No they gave me a wig among week and they they may give me wrinkles and age spots. Unlike i hate hollywood thirty nine young man i hate when they tricky like that like unlike. She's on bookable. 'cause she's thirty nine. You can actually hire thirty nine year old. I'm glad you got the part though. Yes so many nine year old out of work. Actresses like simone mangione for example popadopoulos. His girlfriend right. My character ages in the movie. Oh oh okay. Well that makes sense that makes sense. But yeah i remember when i fucking trick you i remember. I was in a movie called father's day right with. Oh yeah we. I saw that with robin williams and yes billy crystal and when we filmed it we were at a concert in a mosh pit like. We're all punks washing in a mosh pit and the band were in washington. Was the muffs right. A really fucking cool band. That i would totally mosh too. But in the final kite they put fucking. I think it was the mighty mighty boss. Tones are sugar. Ray or something something. I would never be caught dead mashing so now forever my guy. I am trapped in celluloid history as mosh ing to some shit banned. I'm so upset. I need to watch that movie again. I love what i didn't know this. Okay i love it. Yeah and if you told me it was going to be the boss tones. I mean there okay but i wouldn't be mashing. I'd be squeaking. Yeah you be doing something else so everyone now thinks that you mosh to sugar ray. Our that i don't know what the appropriate dancing in. Hey i wish you could see me thrashing around me mashing Well everybody. I hope you have a wonderful weekend amy. It's been great to see you. We'll see you next week. Eight it until monday. Please take care of yourself. Take care of each other. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been alison gill and amy caro- and them's the beans. The daily beans is written and executive produced by alison gill with additional research and reporting by dana. Goldberg and aimee. Carrero sound design and editing is by desharnais mcfarland with art and web design by joel reader with moxy design studios music for the daily beans as written performed by they might be giants and the show is a proud member of the msw media network. A collection of creator owned podcasts dedicated to news politics..

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"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"the daily" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Containing millions of dollars. Then if you say the right legal words and present the right legal documents you can claim the account for your physical self now. Wikipedia has a good right up under straw man theory. If you want more details keep up the excellent reporting without it. I'd never be able to keep track of the flood of bizarre news coming out of the united states. How james. I don't know if this is james broadbent or not but that is fascinating so it's not clones artificial versions it's that your birth certificate represents a corporate entity and you're the actual flesh and blood person. Okay i mean if that story hasn't been green lytton some writer's room someone needs to do it. Yeah he and i remember when i was Got it must have been nineteen years old and my friend. Darrell and i were hanging out as house. We walk into his house and his dad is. They're cleaning out all of his klay cleaning all of his guns like he's got like ten guns and he's cleaning all of his guns and i'm like wow that's a lot of guns he's like. Yeah i'm like what are all those guns for. And he looked at me. Like i was dumb and went. The revolution duh. Okay and so. I asked darrell wilson with your dad. And he's like oh. He thinks he's a sovereign citizen alien resident alien. That's not part of the united states and We just let him sort of you know in cash. So yeah i've i've actually had come in contact with a couple of these folks personally in my life. So that's very interesting. We have one final submission. You wanna you wanna take it short because it's from a concern lesbian lawyer. Can you figure out a way. This is such brilliant submissions at end with. Can we figure out a way to frequent flyer miles to women in need of abortion services. So they can get out of texas and take care of what they need to do. I think we should a. If the texas law passes we can also go to jail for it apparently fuckers yeah sued for it but yeah i think that's a great idea. I have a ton of miles. And i would be more than happy to donate some to someone in need or i also be happy to drive to texas and go on a road trip if anyone wants to go on a road trip with me to sunnier. State in california. Yeah and there's already issues because they're so few abortion clinics in texas. Some people have to drive five hours one way to dallas. It's just so bizarre to me. It's so antiquated and margaret atwood. E this whole concept and then you throw into the mix that citizens can sue and get ten thousand dollar awards for the government. Oh yeah lawsuits are successful us. That's just terribly frightening brain summer even more scary. And that's that men that will intentionally pregnant women so that they can actually don't want to be pregnant so that they can get the reward. Flame the money's because they're not responsible such bullshit well. This is a question. And i don't know the legal ins and outs of this so i'll do a little research. I'll talk to some folks but that would be fantastic to be able to donate frequent flyer. Miles i yeah. I wonder if there's a way to do that. So many of the you know so many of these credit card companies are like no you can only use them for yourself or you. Maybe you can get out for another person. But maybe if we together a big account under some sort of corporate entity. That's a good idea. And then maye limited liability so that only it could be sued if this law goes into effect which i don't think it will i hope it doesn't But we'll soon. I i do something to think about a good submission for my concern. Lesbian lawyer in texas or maybe not in texas but of concerned with texas. Yeah absolutely and you know again. Big ups to the techsystems on on their voting rights stand legislative fugitives. That if someone doesn't make a band a band that someone has started a band called legislative fugitives. I know we're missing an opportunity. The actual texas democrats should start a band called the legislative. He i see that and then all the money raised could be towards voting rights. Well we know beddoes rockstar. He was in a band when he was mine as well. He confronted he can front the band. He's a good front man. That's right. I'm for it all right. If you have any suggestions or corrections good news stories. Anything you wanna share with us. Perhaps the new game where you show us your pets. The holiday photos or even dressed up. Those are my favorite ones. When people put their dog in full regalia and take photos. I love those you can send them to us. Daily bean pod dot com and click on contact dana. Giovanni a final thoughts before we get out of here today for the weekend. Well for your weekend. I do not well me for the weekend. Yeah no. I will miss you all and take care of yourselves. Please and. I'll be back in your ears monday morning as i do. Awesome everybody until then. Well actually i'll be here tomorrow with amy caro- at so speaking to that. If you have any dispute you settle in amy's court you can send them to us also same place. Daily beans pod dot com contact until then please take care of yourselves take care of each other. Take care of the planet and take care of her mental health. I've been alison. Gill and i've been dana goldberg. Them's the beans. The daily beans written executive produced by alison gill with additional research and reporting by dana. Goldberg and aimee. Carrero sound design and editing by desharnais mcfarland with art and web designed by joel reader with moxy.

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