21 Burst results for "Tradit"

"tradit" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"tradit" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"tradit" Discussed on Masters Decoded

Masters Decoded

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"tradit" Discussed on Masters Decoded

"India. Only because it's so accessible other baton a ball and he can just got this friend and will be and if you could make that possible for golf where it could just have his group of friends out onto a driving range. It'll golf course. In this higher clubs rent out a few dozen displayed on. I think that's what can really help the game and Nintendo learning things from goal for and could apply to my life was I think that'd be touched upon all of these earlier. Where just sorta accepting the fact that you're gonna have introduced or puzzle that you're going to get don newest alphabet. Things are going to happen even when you try distorted becoming aware of back in that sort of loses power and You don't it's not very applicable studies because when you study you l. and you work out for you examine usually get good results But just knowing that. There's a process. And did i bring happiness and pleasure and fulfillment from that is the best thing you can do. I believe you not making happiness or success. Something that you achieve. Hack a certain point because what really happens. Is you think well. I'm going to this school order. That i'm going to finish this amazing project and then i'll be happy and then when you do it so back to square one and then you're looking for the next Just finding Happiness import earlier doing in that process Just being fulfilled by that old processes work. He is good you in the long run. You can fight it out you can muster you into a few workout to a few exams to a few months of hard work at the office but It's shorto long-lasting approach and that's the same point that we discuss. Like i know quite a few people were very successful in their fien But they don't enjoy their work you know when they're playing golf and they're causing at their bodies just laughing hysterically. That's when they're enjoying themselves. The moment that the bill that they have to get back to work the next day they're just reading it. So that's that's. I think we should learn about that. Success successes North something that you'll achieve and then happiness comes from it that make sense yes it does. Thank you cool. you'll talks no she'll shebab many don't know at this age which you are. Add to go and mentors. I would use. That word is just profound. I know a beer almost on an iron. It doesn't feel like we've completed an honor with you a meeting. I would love to cup. Keep going because i. But i know that you have practice and you have things to do. But i really am sure from asian digital's will move does and all of us we would love to thank you for your time And Coming on and speaking to us. It's been a great conversation tradit- i don't know if you have some words to shave shuba before we close i think it was a pleasure Listening to you obviously this so many learning so at the same time. Best of luck. I'm really excited for you Going to florida. I have lived in a hostel of loved that expedience have lived outside as well so is going to be an amazing journey You just need to keep your focus which you win for sure and Look forward to all the success and reading about you and seeing you at interviews and hopefully some meet you as nothing as Is a pleasure to come on. I love brutal. Even last forecast so was amazing Little for my satisfy. I don't win. The boston to is completely my pleasure. Thank you very much. Thank you chaban for your time. It's been an absolute pleasure. And frankly speaking it's an pleasure to meet somebody representing your. Yes so we will close in ten seconds factual now. That's okay but i would just say to show that it's been an absolute pleasure to speak to somebody who's representing india so chaban keep doing what you're doing and keep keep the name of india soaring high in everything. Do as appreciate that. They have a safety and best of luck that the second. Thank you for listening in and close yet another episode of losses decoded. If you've enjoyed the episode please you can help us out by sharing it on social media. I would really appreciate that. It's how we can reach maliciousness and the more listeners. We have the more awesome guest. I can get in touch and convinced to participate in these conversations that joy to have for me and i hope they are joy for you to listen as well. You can also help a lot leaving views on itunes or your podcast of choice. Reviews are surprising according to butkus to get to more or less. If this episode has infused you. I would request you to subscribe to the podcast today and get notified to the future of sorts with that video and see you in the next episode..

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"tradit" Discussed on HeartLine Ministries

HeartLine Ministries

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"tradit" Discussed on HeartLine Ministries

"And how does it introduce sometimes. It's introduces the revelation of john. It is not revelation of john. It is the revelation or the revealing of jesus christ written by john. But then in. That's what we need to really look at is. This is now. John revealing showing what jesus christ had shown him concerning the christ and and and same thing. That's why he uses the word in verse twelve by the revelation of the really of manifestation to show of jesus christ verse thirteen. He goes back and reminds to people. This is who i was. Don't forget this is who i was for. We have heard of or you've heard of my conversation my way of life right. That's what the word condensation means more than just speaking words. You've heard my conversation in times past in the jews religion. And i liked the way he puts it. It's religion tim. And i not here talking to you about religion today united. I are tim. And i talking to you about a relationship. A person relationship with an intimate god in his not religion. And matter of fact i have to say just for me is i stained religion. I want relationship because religion. The devil is not afraid of religion in my view. The devil developed religion why to make people think to the scene people that they have heard the truth when in fact they really have not that doing the truth when in fact the not and in mention of back the jewish religion. This is what i used to believe. This is what i was ahead of. This is what was my job in then. Verse thirteen how that beyond measure. I persecuted the church of god. And i wasted it. I wanted to do away from it. I wanted to do away with it. I wanted to destroy it and profited. Math hey I took profit in it. You know. I think the paul rich in it you know. And he profited profited him as a as a man because what all the other series. We're doing what they were kowtowing to. They were bowing down to them. They were calling him. The grand poobah whatever they that's what they were doing and he profited from that. He's the prophet of the jews religion. He uses that term again. He does not say that your relationship with jesus. It's the jewish religion above many my equals in my own nation being more exceeding zealous of the traditions. And what does religion milk on tradit- tradition. You know and you know. I'm not against traditions that you know the way our world is today and i'll society today one to do away with history. I think we need to learn from those. I think we need to use as as teaching tools for us. Just the same thing with the church. We need to learn and use those teaching tools. But let's not make that the gospel. But i think the big thing there's because he doesn't just say being more exceedingly zealous for the traditions..

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Interview with Tuvia Tenenbom

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Tuvia Tenenbom

"He's my absolute pleasure to welcome back to johnny gould's jewish state to via tenenbaum. Absolute pleasure to be with you again. You know you are a true free speech. Doyenne and for this particular podcast. I think it's the first thing verson ground rules as you can smoke. That's the first thing eight you're wanting to billion and the second thing is you truly opened my eyes to my own. I think tolerance of jew hate when we first met two years ago thinking because before that time you know. I've been conditioned i think in growing up in the uk in school where they're only three jewish kids to tolerate the what they call politely banter works erm you would call anti semitism and it did overstretched itself from time to time and i think that is a sort of shall we say looking for a better word but would have jimmy cued. I think from a lot of british people. And i think that's what you sean likes this book. Which is finally out in english. That's why it's called the tame taming of the ju. it's not just a take on shakespeare. It's the taming of the jewel. I mean giuseppe. Funding indicated biden. Own amazing to me edo deny or tolerate and sometimes joined together. Fox's would there accuse us we'd the hate us. That was shocking. I mean the fell. Shocking was citizen. This admit is imminent burden. I didn't expect it. I went to britain. Because i'm a tinto naomi's love english data. I said okay. My published opportunity mean sister. Go anywhere you want whatever you would like to go is i like to go to britain. I like to go. i like to see did out. I mean zane ought to do it better than anybody else. That's what i remember. And then the was black seed said. Okay i'll see you two belting stone which one stone i didn't expect anti-semitism and i didn't expect such a contaminating such a contagious. Such deepen. they semitism so deeply rooted. You know it on an island katelyn or in england which is the most important of course a bit of the uk but it was a frightening to sit and what is more fighting. Wants to see the basically. I'll kind of collaborating. Sometimes they had to fight jewish lead. Doesn't seem like law. Your people told me this and that your people told me i interviewed. People not told me are available. The life is a horrible thing so this is the common people and it took time. Tim's admitted but one that gate open has had them open and started talking. Honestly say to me you know. How many times have been told delta jew oh you know let us all kinds of dips and it's like amazing much so and little kits in manchester of hasidic. The auto talks kits in manchester and london will have had acts pelted them only storm so whatever it is i mean is a big addictiveness and we talked to jewish leaders saying even when the time used to say anything against wirelessly well owning two positions if to say one wowed against jimmy coleman only now's opt in the position you know as it became hewison you wayne saying that a one is easy allies. That are not going to be selected you know in a volume label for example district. Tina zero willing to say it was piping to see that one of the most disturbing rates. I think of british antisemitism and this might go around the world as well is. There is a sort of dog whistle so that someone can maintain that they're not anti semitic so someone who is an influence on me. Extreme left and concise something assiduously continuously hard left without. Referencing jews but then. His followers commend dog whistle a really serious anti semitic sort of betrayal of what they think themselves. I'm using an example of a very powerful voice. Which is john bishop. Who has who has three and a half million followers. He prostrate himself in front of ken loach on twitter. He said all this great interpreted it was as though he transferred the word. A jeremy corbyn for ken loach. I would kneel before him. And then if i couldn't anymore i prostrate myself in front of him which set off a huge torrent of jew hate and of course he a month ago on holocaust memorial day. Couldn't believe the terrible tragedies and then this is where the problems lie and that's an eye opener i think for british choosier surprising the anti-semites i mean disgust for britain and coastal are the places. You know that they took very nicely. Buddy dead jews in world war cho- you knows such nice people bubble and so bad and let's give some money to memorize them and and an make any fence you know maybe even endows of comments may be whatever it is making events you know in in a beautiful place to memorize their juice by the juice living was you know i mean it's like at all let's let you know what's album changes on the plane and of course the cord is a polish time. The code is is the stinian am am by itself. You know if you kill by the palestinians you know it doesn't mean that you don't like jews you know if you're critical officially doesn't mean that you're antisemites if you are cup only fizzle and if the only people who care about our justice palestinians because you killed by nobody else. Don't get about. Muslims in china while being tortured by million. Your don't care about syria. Don't care about libya you don't care about lebanon. You don't care about you. Don't even know what happens in yemen. Of course you never heralded by the war in chechnya and and distorted opening their head about anything. Only but it's going to stadiums you know is that there's a problem and they interesting thing when when i went into states and talk to the people and i tied to figure out. Why only this issue bottles you know. Other they show from people is back know underneath it. The other side was fight. Independence genius he. So did choose members alleys jews and a hall of people or some people would say something like you know what you will high. I don't know why feedbacks why feel about palestinians and i don't feel about anybody else. I have to think about it not over the palestinians up. You know it's like when. I wanted to start with like anyone to my my wife. Easy as you mentioned and i went to take a towards kamla sound everything and i'm gone to straight on that and i pick up young people young white folks as they call them. You know students. And i say i. My name is ahmed. And i'm from palestine. Would you like to appointing the individual cumberland. I say to say some wards full touma. Addison sister palestines and yet when you see slice cates looked like he must santana even studious and everything or well drafts. And the person free pop stein. And then he apologizes up. Tradit- day. Yes not yet picked up to join the battle. I'm just like you away. Think i'm posting. Think whether you might want to. Nobody looks like from his teens. You don't even have. Some people do not know the distance. When i asked him to stupid question between lemon palestine.

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"tradit" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"tradit" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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The True Cost of Sustainable Skincare with Tata Harper

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

05:48 min | 1 year ago

The True Cost of Sustainable Skincare with Tata Harper

"I feel like there's so many misconceptions in the beauty industry really in the luxury industry in general too. But you know Clean beauty is not elevated enough or clean. Beauty doesn't work as well. And i think what's interesting. Is that you kind of saw those challenges. Or you heard those misconceptions and you're like no. I'm gonna change this right like i love that i'm gonna i'm gonna give it a try because enough you know because i think that now what we need is a lot of consumer products that make our life better deal you know not just like superficially better but like really that they They elevate our quality of life. And from that lance. It's what really kept me motivated and really like we spent like five years creating the harper because the formulas didn't exist. No one knew how to use like natural ingredients to preserve or to a mall. Sify or to again or to stabilize those were not like raw materials were used just for like marketing and And there was not a lot of science around like the formulation aspect of natural skincare and took a really long time to make them happen and also formulate from a different point of view because a lot of natural skinner was always formulated with this idea of minimalism and and a lot of like the first gen natural products. They were created a lot. I by the low hus movement remember that movement that lifestyle movement that is being natural so the fact that the product was natural was actually more important than the even that the product worked ben and data no for skin care. Because you only buy skin care too because it works right exactly. Why you don't like by this moisturizer to save the planet like you buy this moisture is great moisturizer and then you have your charities and other things to do other things but But yeah no i was. I was really challenging. It was almost like with the creation of our company. We talent almost every aspect of being a maker of skin-care not only from the ingredients and the formulas but also by having our farm like what you were saying before the farm has been such a special place for us because a lot of skin care is outsource. The majority of the companies are outsource. They outsource almost every piece of their of their Of their business to third parties whether it's the formulation to labs that a lot of times abusing tons of basis and just you know the smell or the color or the incentive vitamin seen our. We're going to add. Hulo renege on jason or you know things like that but you find a lot of companies that have very unique products and formulas that are really unique so for us it was always very clear that we needed to have our own our end and our own formulation Our own chemists and our own lab so that we can really formulate products from scratch like we like doing and that every ingredient has a purpose and also every single one of our formulas doesn't rely on just one ingredient like we're not like on one ingredient type of company where company that by ingredients from all over the world and use them in the you know in different formulas in very high concentrations. So no i mean. I think it makes so much sense. And i love that you guys and your approach is truly like farm to beauty right. I feel like that's such a Sort of a marketing term that you hear thrown around alongside clean beauty etc. But you're literally you know harvesting in growing ingredients on your farm for some of your formulas So can you explain a little bit more about how that process works in terms of You know like organic farming and how you guys are actively working milan. I mean. I think that's fascinating kodaly so just to clarify one thing. We do bring ingredients from all over the world. Sure yeah we bring ingredients from like eighty four different countries. Okay we have like no self and post limit on like we're just gonna talk about vitamins where we are see company we really curate technologies from all over the world whether it's green tag or you know things from tradit- you know from a lot of tradition traditional chinese medicine you're also bringing a lot of and butters from amazon but anyway so we In the farm. There's a couple of things happening so number one. We have a garden where we grow a lot of Not even a lot. We grow specifically five herbs that grow really well in our soil in vermont in our farm which is a clay soil and those are calendar. La barra sweet alfalfa and kolenda and we grow them in our farm in in our organic farm and we make one ingredient that that That we produce at the farm every single month that basically captures all of the oil soluble nutrition from all of those herbs. And the and it's done in a very temperature controlled process that it's very specific and that ingredient that is called our farm beauty complex goes into almost every single one of our formulas but in the farm. We also have a lot of barnes because it was an old dairy farm converted into a skincare farm. Now i love

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"tradit" Discussed on Spice Catalyst

Spice Catalyst

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on Spice Catalyst

"Better than from just one person leaders should be willing to share information formation knowledge. Extend trusted encourage collaboration. They should be enabling against supporting their organization. Incentives should be the team's not individuals. Individuals leaders should encourage individuals and teams to own the problem in a recent IBM study. Sixty percent of the sample of fifteen hundred. CEOS cited creativity is the most critical leadership quality over the next five years creativity. Trump's other leadership hip. Equality's they foster creativity and innovation organizational structure. I argue there should be a VP of product. Success in the product success managers beneath them should have budget authority over such things as market research and all marketing they also so should easily encourage teamwork and interactions throughout the entire organization. Amazon is found that teams need to be kept small not more than ten people if more people are required than the problem should be split up. HP learned these years earlier where would not allow division with multiple products that autonomous with integrated engineering manufacturing marketing. HR and finance that it would be no larger than five hundred. People Roman legions also found an defective finding unit is no more than one. Hundred and fifty men. Small is great. The impact of digital according to Bain tradit- organizations are struggling to cope with the pace of change. Brought about by the digital transformation plus different groups compete for the same limited digital resources Bain survey of one thousand companies found that those that did a digital transformation had revenue growth of fourteen percent percent over three years which was more than double than those companies that did not do a digital transformation but bane found just five five percent achieved or exceeded the expectations. They had set for themselves from the transformation. The reason is they did not adjust their operating model of decision making how people collaborate across functions accountability governance like decision making budgeting behavior incentives incentives capabilities of people process technology and teamwork management has to consider. How each of these components of the business model changes with the digital transformation? Who is the decider? I strongly advocate that the product success manager should must at the beginning of a project. Set out a clear line of authority and responsibilities for each aspect of the product market strategy and marketing plan. Otherwise as one of my clients once said quote the lack of processing clear roles and responsibilities results in a culture of blame or perhaps you might call it a circular firing squad with everybody pointing fingers at others. An excellent place to start would be a day see a racy chart our organization deals with it. Ovation determines the level of success. I The organization must do customer research. Search the verify the products value proposition in terms of what the outcome will do for the customer then if the product is green lighted its product market strategy is researched researched and written the product is developed and marketing needs to proceed as a process that is continuously refined and improved the ideas to get to a repeatable immature process product. Success or failure. Reviews are essential as you'd be made available to future products to new metrics for innovation historically companies have used such metrics as research and the development budget as a percentage of sales patents filed percentage of sales.

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A Blanket Full of Bacon

Knowing Faith

15:12 min | 2 years ago

A Blanket Full of Bacon

"This is Shirley. I'm joined by my co host. Jim Wilkin JT English. I wish we should just give you everything off the it was just a repository Eh. One day we will put that on. Today's episode we are an ax to look at a blanket. Full of Bacon in acts chapter. Ten hope you enjoyed the discussion hey. Jt why did did you immediately come in here and make fun of my Mug. There's this problem like we have these huge coffee mugs in here right now and I can't fit my coffee Mug in my ears. Looks like it in your mind ends Jenas but it's big like that's like a gallon or so over there we had a microphone in there. The microphone with your your Coffee Mug. It's a to hold it with both hands. Yes driving a small bucket. uh-huh drive and your yeah. This is interesting Well we are back. And today we're talking about acts chapter ten and a blanket full of Bacon And so just figuring out what's happening in acts chapter ten and well you know what. Let me tell you something. You're you're never going to indict me for not having an interesting episode title. Just I'm like I'm free from that. Ah Chan what would you call this episode pigs in a blanket. That happened off air. We were very proud of that. We brought it back on here. You know we we're GONNA leave people without pigs in a blanket so then I had a weird moment after that hit me when we actually my daughter I want to give her credit. She's the one who was like Mama teaching pigs in a blanket. And then I took everything in me to resist googling to see if there was actual a tie between the tidal title pigs in a blanket and this chapter really like I thought maybe the International House of pancakes red x ten and then named it back. Wow Oh oh wait. Wait wait so so you thought that it was possible that the idea because of the head coach for a viable. Wow you're so. Yeah Bible rival literary you're like the beautiful mind person maybe where you're just like though subject to further discussion. Well today. We're talking about about pigs in a blanket or a blanket full of Bacon. We're an act SHEPPERTON. Let's just do a quick recap so far jen. How did we tax ten? I mean wh where have we been at before we got here. Well Kyle. It's been a long haul. No actually it's been really good we've gone through So the first half of is focusing mainly on the the emergence of the Ministry of Peter Within the narrative and So the first half of the book wraps up at the around the end of chapter twelve. And so. When you're in chapter ten you would know? Then we're really getting disordered. The the main point of what's happening in Peter's Ministry and interestingly right before you get to chapter ten ten you see the conversion of Saul so the Texas has spent a lot of time talking about Sol And we actually did on an earlier podcast and so you can kind of get get the sense that oh well I guess. Now we're gonNA talk about Saul Slash Paul and Saul Slash. Paul is commonly thought of as The one who takes the Gospel to the gentlemen tiles and said it's a little bit of a surprising. Turn when we flash back to Peter and find that actually. This is a story about Peter Taking the Gospel to the Gentile Anti. And he's GonNa he definitely gets kicked their right. It's not like he's not looking for the opportunity right. He wasn't. He wasn't out vision-casting for the Gospel. Going forward right Paul right with the Lord Kinda seized him into it right. Hold them into it. And that's the story Enact Shepperton focusing on Peter Cornelius and so I and also what's brought us to this point is like this expansion. This sort of ratcheting out of the Vision for who the Gospel is going to go to. And so I it comes to the Jew and then you start seeing you know like. Oh there's the Ethiopian Eunuch you know it's like each each vignette that's in here of WHO Receives The Gospel. Is this this this picture of the Gospel going as Jesus said in acts one eight from Jerusalem to Judea to Samaria and so this week is the ends of the earth and so and this is a fascinating story right right Oh man it's fantastic. I mean it's just it's really interesting just from like a history of redemption perspective. It's really interesting from a Kosh the spirit moving and Peter Peter and Cornelius perspective. It's interesting from what our visions and dreams perspective. It's interesting from a just like the pictures that are are interesting. They agers so it's just a fascinating story so we're not going to be able to read the whole story of petering to Cornelius. Because it's it's long it would take we're trusting when we cover these chapters. You're maybe reading along with us or you're familiar with the story. So the broad kind of contour here just to give us like a big arc of acts chapter. Tim Is that Pete. There's this guy named Cornelius Milius And Cornelius is a centurion of what was known as the Italian cohort and it says that he was a devout man who feared God with all his household he gave generously to the people and he prayed continually to God and that he is going to have a vision and that vision is going to be the Lord speaking to him And that around the same time Peter seems to be having having a vision and that is a vision that involves pigs in blankets. Hallelujah yes and so oh I think one of the questions that we immediately ask ourselves here is. What's the big deal between gentiles and Jews like? Why is this even talking point of significance at all like y casual reader of the Bible? And you get to this story. Why did Peter have to be kicked so to speak into bringing the good news to Cornelius? He is why wasn't that. Just a factor like hey I mean Jesus has come. This is good news. Why not bring it to everybody? Yeah I mean I think one of the main themes that we're going to see probably throughout this. This episode is the significance of promise that God made to Abraham in Genesis chapter. Twelve verse three Specifically that that That Abraham or Abram Room at the time was this man who was going to be elected for the purpose of his family than blessing the nations events he subsequently in Genesis. Fifteen and. Seventeen this this Promise promise of the good news. Of God's favor and blessing being given to Abraham and going through Abraham there is a sign given to this covenant specifically the sign of circumcision which is now the Jewish people. It's the Israelites and but over. The course of time I think they began to to forget that the purpose of their election of the Gospel the good news being given to them was actually not just for them but elections for the purpose of others of blessing the nations corporately and they begin developing a spiritual superiority based based upon this sign of circumcision. And it could not see how God would bless or or make somebody clean. who was in their mind unclean unless they they had been circumcised so really when you come to the New Testament one of the primary questions that is being asked like their their theological conversation is around this question? Do you have to be Jewish right in order to be a Christian. We're GONNA see this later in acts chapter fifteen at the Jerusalem Council. But that's really what's happening. Luke is doing. He's giving us a theological narrative errative to show us that the primary question that that that that God is trying to show his church is that by intentions. The whole time has been to bless everybody to bus the gentiles. Not just Jews but gentiles through the Jews yeah Because obviously the Messiah comes through Abraham's family right well and one of the reasons that we wouldn't read through this on the on the podcast Is because it repeats itself. So God's right and and and one of the things that we have to ask then is like the R- the repetition is like we get all the details over. I mean the the number of times that Simon the tanner who lives by the sea is mentioned. In these in these retailing's you're like stop and and it's repeated three times. The story is repeated three times. And they're actually a number of threes in the story Or multiples of three. That are are trying to tell us something They're we're going to be three men who accompany that. Go to get Peter. They're going to be six men that come with Peter Back to Cornelius House because they are bearing witness. It's the idea of on on the on the testimony. The money of two or three is the truth is something established. So that's all going on. The story is given to US three times. It itself is bearing witness and what we have to ask is why so much over and over again the same thing and it's because I think we we're looking back on something in and most of us are gentiles. We don't have a Jewish heritage and and we have to recall That this level of repetition and this much care taken around communicating this particular message about clean versus unclean about is is Christianity Eh Something that is placed within Judaism and grows out from it like. Do you have to observe Jewish custom that to the original audience. This is mind mind-blowing at the point that it is being given to them like it is like that cannot possibly be and yet it's in here three times because his. Jt said it it's the fulfillment is a fulfillment fulfillment passage for the promise. To Abraham that through him. All the families of the Earth would be blessed and I think it is easy for us to to to be dismissive of some of the tensions between the Jewish people. And somebody like Cornelius. Like it's not like the Israelite people were had no the reason to have a little bit of certainly hesitancy but if not if not just hesitancy but outright resistance to the idea idea of gentiles being heirs of the promises why because they had a history of being enslaved exiled and oppress by these groups of people right. That's right so like Cornelius when we kind of turn to the question of who is Cornelius with Cornelius. Is He's a leader. He's a soldier of an oppressing army occupying hang army exactly. So it's like the idea of Peter Going to Cornelius. And saying there's good news for you. Cornelius would be to bring the good news of Christ the Lord and this better kingdom to an oppressive enemy. That's exactly right and so it can feel a little bit like if you're reading this you're like well why the hesitation well not only were. There are strict tradit religious traditions that separated from cleanliness perspective Jews from gentiles engine towels from the inner presence of the Lord or the holiest places around the presence of Galway But there were also very big cultural and political realities that that kept division alive among Jews and gentiles so cornelius is a centurion It was What was known as the Italian cohort but he has described arrived as a devout man? Feared God with all his household gave generously to the people and pray continually to God. Now I wanted to pause here And just ask a little bit so coriolis just describe somebody who fears God and yet. He hasn't heard the good news of the Gospel. What's going on here right? Is this like the is this the sometimes. I read this passage. I feel like this is where people would go when they're like well you know there's somebody out there who maybe has never heard about the name of Jesus but it is like but does fear the Lord right so who. What does this mean? Why is this significant? I think this is a classic example of why we can't take the book of access prescriptive given everything that it's saying because what we're seeing as you're right at the hinge point right you're right at that place in between The way that we see faith demonstrated rated and credited his righteousness in the Old Testament and the way that we're going to see Belief in credit credited as faith and salvation in the New Testament I meant and Cornelius is right at the center of it. He's going to help us. Answer the question of how to salvation come by grace through faith alone has always been the answer but we would speak of like those is who are listed in Hebrews eleven as having looked forward to the promise of salvation and then New Testament believers is having looked back. He's right at Ground Zero and and so I think that what we see here. Well so just strictly in terms of what the text wants to communicate. He is a Jewish pro slight right so he is he. He is probably on the verge of conversion to Judaism so he's he's probably attending synagogue but he's not circumcised He someone who in the past would have been like if you think. Think about Rahab. She converts to Judaism or or or ruth is brought into the community. He's not yet in the community but it's interesting that he is already demonstrating. He has works to accompany his faith. So so I think what we're seeing here is a simple obedience to a forward-looking looking faith that is only forward looking in so far as no one has come to preach the Gospel to him yet. There there is a completeness to Gospel but he hasn't heard it yes. I actually don't think this is my hot. Take that when Peter Shares the Gospel with him. I'm not sure that that's the moment of salvation for him because we already see the Lord appearing to him and saying prayers MOMS have ascended as a memorial before God But I do think what we're seeing is. The connection of the idea of what is what has been salvation. An and now what is celebration. Yeah and we do see throughout acts. I don't know that we we've hit another one of these yet. But we do see these moments where there's essentially a group of Characters Jersey have a part of the story and that one of the apostles you gotta bring it to bring the other part of the story right so you see this with typically The receiving of the Holy Spirit or the baptism of the Holy Spirit. where it's like? You have a part of the story people like. Yeah I've been baptized by John. The baptist. Well there's there's more you know that like the the Christ price came that he died that he rose again and that he has sent the spirit right and so there are these kinds of points. I think it's important. You said that about Cornelius that there are so many scenes and acts where we need to fight. Maybe the the temptation to go okay. This is how salvation works As supposed to go okay. This is a very specific. Overlap moment in the history of redemption and this is one kind of cut away scene right of that very unique back once in a history redemption. Kind of moment. Yeah right that's right. Also just find a lot of comfort in the fact. That God was wasn't his providential ential over all of it in other words. This doesn't work if God isn't clearly. Directing writers clearly directing directing the men who were with them like God is moving moving all of these tectonic continental plates and there's there's just movement in redemptive history happening we get. We get this great confidence or assurance in this narrative narrative God ultimately is the one doing. Yes Yep that's good guy gets his people he doesn't have to be more anxious about God's mission than he is and Edberg. Yeah you're right Let's go. I needed to hear that today.

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"tradit" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is the work we do every day. And this woman has benefited seventeen years later, she has her kidneys, Yaser life, her kidney cancers been successfully treated seventeen years with no further treatment has kidney. She has her function. We see so many people I saw person this week that lost one kidney and another half of the other kidney. And there their other in kidney failure, and the cancer is back having surgery this woman. We. Treated tradit seventeen years ago, cancer-free doing well happy and content with her care at thirteen four Broadway Broadway, and thirtieth street in the heart of New York City. My name's Dr Liederman about another woman really remarkable woman, seventy four years old. She came with her church. Pastor at our church secretary. She's close in her church, and works in a church in five years ago, should a mess in the next few seen by doctor. And she was diagnosed with cancer of the head and neck area. She had standard chemo standard radiation with a shirt while the cancer just relapsed and grew throughout the left neck and then for four years, she had chemo, and concoctions, and mainly came on him, you know, therapy, and she went to some of the biggest doctors in New York to the chief, one of the biggest hospitals told us yet in opera Bo cancer, she went to a doctor in Albany, also prominent. Dr found recurrent cancer told her there's nothing he could do. So she went back to her chemo. Doctors has been getting chemo for years chemo. Immunotherapy can imagine four years for years is forty eight months. The average chemo's ten thousand dollars.

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"tradit" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry Turco's is here to reveal the secret. She's a practicing pharmacist and author. She's written more than a dozen books on hell. Including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine. Welcome to the program. Sherry tokar? Good to have you here. Hey there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrient. We're going to be talking about is called Astra's Santon and Reader's Digest safety tradit brilliantly in an article called the latest it antioxidant asked his Anthon is a fountain of youth as you mentioned very popular in Japan US mainstream from promoting beauty from within as a capsule, but here in North America. People just aren't as familiar with it. But listen to this. It has sixty human studies validating its efficacy as a pharmacist. They're really caught my attention. And this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of in diet. It's founded salmon, but you really have eat a lot of Santa Mike five pounds just to get a good daily. I love salmon. But I'm not going that far, Sherry, I I didn't know that there were sixty plus human clinical studies in this specific natural form of SS anthem that happens to be impurities asked to f is formula talked about Japan capsule. This particular esta zanthosyn is all the rage for skin health as they've been finding in Japan. Very very interesting on so many fronts here, right? Yeah. For sure I mean asked Anthon at just four milligram dose. And that's the clinical dose. It is in Purity's affects formula. It's clinically tested and shown to fight fine lines and wrinkles from the inside and millions in Asia take a daily for that. And I don't wanna get too technical here. But but just one human study that I'd like to mention to to back up these benefits they use the exact same dose and the type of after the phantom that security product, and they discovered significant benefits for skin hydration skin texture smoothness elasticity reduction of skin spa. And it was even a reduction of redness and an improvement in the even the skin tone. We're talking about big duty benefits, and it works from the inside out, which is fabulous men win. And it's really catching on here in North America. Really impressive list of clinical benefits were beautifying skin from the inside out. No wonder they love it in Japan. And we're learning about it here, but cherry NO, you like to say the wrinkle, reducing benefits and intoned benefits are just part of this kind of the cherry on the top. What do you mean by this tax about people in the pharmacy every week? I work as a pharmacist nine also get a lot of friends and family and colleagues asking me about their health than many people are in their fifties sixties seventies. And everyone likes the idea of a supplement that can help to prove the appearance of their skin. I mean, we all want beautiful useful skin. But for most people this really is the key benefit what's at the top of this. When you ask people like what what did they most achieve in their house nobleness, they want something that that will they want something that will help to promote muscle strength. And they want stamina they want to be able to do the cities. They enjoy golf tennis hiking playing with their kids and grandkids and this there's actually patented for muscle strength. You know, people want energy. Fight fatigue. They wanna feel sharp. They're also concerned about their vision. They want to keep your eyes healthy people are concerned about heart health circulation and unity all of these areas. Really retaking about staying healthy from the inside out. So you know, when you think of that the skin benefits are compelling. But to me, it's really just the cherry on the top share. You're saying that that's his Anthony helps with endurance performance against salmon loaded with ESTES Anthon, they perform these amazing feats of endurance s anthem is also found in via levels in the eyes of seagulls. Now, that's interesting humans like faster when they supplement with specific form of esters anthem. So is there a common denominator in all of this? These kinds of bits of information. Here's really clear asked us Anthon is a molecule that feels healthy performance, energy stamina strength that we see nature, and that's what we see in humans to..

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"tradit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:06 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Two six right board calls as we take one. Now from doc in Wilmington, Delaware. Hello, doc. Thanks so much for taking my call. Your thoughts on my mind. My mind works in Israel. And it's oranges. My emphasis has for years. We're here we. Immediately on their wall and get the best minds to work into situation out and. Defensive barrier. A barrier on our southern your thoughts. Well, first of all of nomenclature, I have suggested before since wall seems to be such a four letter word for so many people that I suggest we call it the friendly fuzzy journey inhibitor or the f f j I and we could put it up in in pink, velvet, all warm and fuzzy, and maybe that would help they easier for Nancy Pelosi to to get into a fit over the concept. But I have no problem with listening to what Israel has done is not entirely, apples and oranges. That is in the main trying to make sure that people don't go trampling across a border without permission in the first thing, you have to do in such cases is to slow them down long enough that they can be actually reviewed by law enforcement authorities to review whatever papers background, whatever it is. So that the people get just run across and get away with it. And there's no. No better way to do that than a physical barrier. I've heard people call into this program. And I'm not sure they were even being tongue in cheek suggesting we put a minefields, I would just as soon not blow up people. I would just simply like to stop them. Simply say you want to come in. Well, the line forms over there. That would be my approach, and I would hope that that ultimately saner minds will prevail here. The notion of of a wide open border and letting anybody who wants to come in is ridiculous. There are close to eight billion people in this world today. How many of them could claim legitimate calls for political asylum just by virtue how they're treated in their country. What a couple of billion that would that would be easy to reach that level of figure. We only have a third of a billion now. So if we were to add a couple of billion that'd be six times that'd be six times the population of the country added to our population. And it wouldn't take us more than twenty five thirty years to do that. If we we really wanted to do that. In terms of better yourself, economically of those eight billion people on the planet. How many of those people could make a claim that they would be better off economically in this country. Oh, well, over half, certainly. But of course, after a few billion, nobody would want to come here because we would have been become a third world country. And there in lies the problem to Tom in port Angeles, Washington now good evening. Hello, jimbo. Doc. He's fun to follow. Okay. I want to sound off on, you know, one of the Olivio arguments to comes up with us as like, okay? Well, if we build the wall what happens when people start but went around the wall with boats. Go ahead. Yeah. Is the US? Guard and the coast guard Hillary tradit-, you gas steps tax freak asked apps and anybody that wants to go fishing and to give it a region to be observers. On the predation today people want to go out there. They can get tax free gas and go out and fish, and then use the radios to Paul the, you know, call the coastguard authorities or whether or not the the reserves and productivity would wanna take this part of debatable. Right. But they could sound off on the radios that you know, this looks like big wooden boat with a diesel engine and seventy people on it. Yeah. I have no problem with that as an approach again the resources available to the the average individually average person tried to get into this country does not have access to a boat that can let's say navigate oh an ocean or access to the kind of data do to to tunnel silently under under a border obstruction. If that becomes a problem than than we we should wind up doing just exactly what Tom said or or increasing our coastguard commitment with increasing the border patrol one ever takes is worth doing. I'm not aware that there's a major problem coming by boat. But if there is an address that again, there are huge expenses that are incurred by people who come here who were not invited. And it is frankly money point of view alone. It's worth it to enforce our borders again. I don't know how many times this has to be said by the president or by me or by by anyone this is not anti immigrant. It is anti people. Who don't ask permission? That's all it is one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six Andy in Auburn, New York. Hello. Hi. Well, I'm a liberal speaking from the minority here. And but I'm not I'm not against the fence or something like that. But I can I can explain to you guys. Why people say it's immoral. The idea. That I'm better than a person in Mexico, or we Americans are better than these people who want to come here. I don't agree with that. We're not better than them. We were we were born here. Heure luck. You know? That's why we're Merican because we were lucky enough to be born in this country. That is so filled with abundance and power. And. The idea, and it's not the defense is immoral. Approach. Obnoxious guy. Trump and his supporters the attitude is. You guys don't deserve to be in. Here we deserve to be in here. And it's not a Christian attitude. The Christian attitude would be kind to these people. We are not superior to you. Let me let me ask you a question. Given the numbers that I signed at the moment ago using those parameters how many deal it in a billion two billion? Exactly, I like I said, I'm not against putting a barrier up. If you put up a barrier. Aren't you saying that we're better, which by the way, I will quibble with that in just a moment? But any kind of a barrier the argument, you put forward would clearly be answered only by one thing, and that is wide open borders. Well, it's not about whether or not you put the fence up. It's about the attitude. You take toward putting the fence up. It's like, yes, we're put. But we shouldn't we should be pumping our chests over win win. Have we ever said, quote, we're better than you. It's the editor was an attitude that you you you say is there. No one has ever said, we're better. But in terms of whether we're lucky to have been born here. Yes, we are. But we were born here we live in a world of nation states where where you're born does matter and to simply pretend tomorrow that will no longer have nation states. We're all one big happy family holding hands and singing, kumbaya is is nonsense. That's a dream world. Andy. Of course, it is. And let me tell you because a lot of Trump supporters of Christians. There's nothing about Christianity. That says we have to let everybody who wants to come in. Jesus said if you want to follow me give away everything you have to the poor. Well, nobody does that nobody should do that. And that is just a part of the the hokum sometimes appears, unfortunately in within holy passages giving away everything you have is a ridiculous idea. That's what I'm saying his followers said to him. But who how can we possibly do that? She's pretty much said. Yeah. Do that. You're never going to live up to the ideals that I set up. So the point is maybe we're going to build this wall over you, keep them out. But we we should have humility and a little bit of what we should we build build the wall. But we should put up signs saying we're really sorry. Is that you know, if that's what it took to get the support of liberals. I'd be willing to do that. I think it's nonsense to say that we're sorry. I'm not the least bit sorry. But if that's all it took if that's on the Andy that you've built a case here for no wall. And then you say, oh, but we should have won. I mean case for no well. No well on building a case for humility. And a little bit of shame. Why shame. Why should we be ashamed of the fact that we've done well, and we have no legal or moral obligation to let anybody in. And if we do let it let some in. Why don't we let them all in? I mean, if we feel shame that we don't let some in. How many do we let in? That's the key question here. Andy how many? I agree with you on a pragmatic. I do. We have to keep them. Keep our our immigration at a certain level. I agree with you. I it this way your arguments with all due respect. I think our arguments in favor of no barrier, and I'm pleased that you reached the conclusion that we should have won. I agree. But I don't feel any shame. Nor would I would I be inclined to feel any quote shame. But again, if that's what it took to get a border wall. I'd be happy to put upsides Nancy Pelosi said we should feel ashamed. Whatever if that worked that would be all right with me. Even if I felt it was pure baloney. Anyway, thank you for your thoughts. Andy, we'll be back in a moment. Family is big around here. We're family owned family operated family managed, and that means legacy that means dependability. That means using Grainger with over one point five million products and knowledgeable product.

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One reason I think that led to the Opioid crisis

The Mind Body Dude

04:54 min | 3 years ago

One reason I think that led to the Opioid crisis

"I believe one of the reasons the opioid crisis got to wear to the levels of where affected so many lives because clinically as providers, you know, to each their own in terms of how you learn. But I feel one provider stone pow paid enough. And I'm going to name specific group, but providers power paid enough. They don't touch and and see what's going on. They don't communicate with the muscle to see let the muscle tell you. How feels? And I see I treat many patients with pain and even before we stick a needle in. There's a lot of times where we can decrease the pain significantly or moderately or even just a little bit. But we can decrease the pain to a significant amount. Just by doing some work, some investigative work. And then also applying our principles I have certain principles. I use treating muscles. For instance. I was the muscles above pre muscles below for are, no muscles below. Then you focus on the muscles. Above either way, you're gonna focus on the the origin and insertion Ryan I can get into that. In later shows. Even I was thinking about trying to start a system where I can teach other healthcare providers about these theories, it's applying a tradit-. Chinese medicine concepts with. Biomed anatomy and physiology, and it is beautiful. And what is the result people are in less pain? So when you combine your theory in the muscle work. It's acupressure I do acupressure acupuncture is not supposed to be sometimes it is soft. Sometimes it's a little rough. It's supposed to be therapeutic. That's the goal. So you know, you combine these different therapies in Walla, you have better outcomes. And guess what? Someone didn't have to go on opioids. I was just reading something recently where eighty percent of heroin users were opioid addicts. I have let me find that that stat. And then I will post it. On this podcast blog. You'll be able to find it for today's date and under resources resource section. So you know, that's staggering. Because now if you I am I can't think of the name is it the Sackler family that's being sued right now that's responsible for you know, pushing the drug OB pushing opioids into the market. I don't I think sometimes in society, we we like to just blame one person we like to find the culprit right there. But I mean, there's many different. There's many different levels of blame in this in this arena here I in in because of all the people who have died, it's justified and to be honest. I didn't understand the problem. I wasn't wrapping my head around the problem as much as in the beginning as much as I could because it was just. Going over my head. The only thing I knew was okay. These these patients are taking this pain medication to me. I don't care what you're taking. Okay. It'd be Tylenol Advil. Obviously there's going to be exceptions to the rule and not everyone's the same in some people may need certain things than than others. Right. More than others other patients, but made to me, I see Cain pain medication as pain. Medication? I unless there's a severe case, right and the treatments not working or the case may be all right? Then. You know, we can then, you know, those those circumstances in explain themselves, but. Overall. If. When it comes down the pain. Okay. I'll tell you this much when it comes down to pain or pain medication to me. It's like, okay. I don't care what you're taking because our goal is to get you down.

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"tradit" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"You. I got a tease like I'm not just like your for your assessment. He gets real sensitive. I feel like when trying to conceive as the one time where the woman tradit- illustrate relationship anyway. But traditionally acts more like the man. Yeah. Because like I'm taking I'm the one keeping track of the stuff. He's not like tracking it, you know. So. Yeah. So like, it was very it was planned, but you don't you can't account for these other things that come up. So I I mean, I guess I tell people like. I don't know like kind of decide when you're going to try and like actually try rather than like the whole. We'll see what happens because then I I've had some friends that are like, well, we did the we'll see what happens for like two years. And I'm like, well, that's because like it's really more scientific like you really have to nail down those thirty-six hours. I think especially like, a, you know, a lot of people are now having kids in their thirty s when you know a couple of decades ago, it was people in their twenties. Yeah. So I think that's why. Because I just don't remember like certainly like when I was growing up when my mom had my brother or any of my mom's friends. I don't remember it being like so tough. And if it is tough it was more of like a story. Right. Whereas nowadays like everyone's like just of those falling buying trying for a long time to have to have kids. 'cause like, I wouldn't even like, I didn't even know ovulation. Stick was obviously, I know about the tracker. But was this stuff that you just knew or when you started to talk about having a baby like you've got books you went online because I feel like I'm thirty three years old. And I don't know Jack. Well, I had heard about like I knew about the tracker. But I did look a couple of things up online and like just stuff about like, it's better for the woman to be on the bottom. Like, I told a friend that the other day. And I was like it's better for you to do missionary on the bottom because I mean, just accents. Don't make this Perm work for it. Like, no make them climb. Mount Everest like, so it's just there's like a couple of things I looked up online. And then I was just using the app because somebody told me about an app night. Oh my God. You is these apps are like so sad some of them like they have to have community forums. And those are the, oh, what do they talk about their like sad woman with no friends, and they're like I just walked into my husband cheating on me. Mike, God, they share them. Yeah. And I'm laying or they'll be like this is my wedding dress just wanted to share it with two thousand strangers on an oscillation app. Like, why is that who seeing your wedding? That's making us so much more. No, I know and like it would be like people..

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"tradit" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"The promo code to see who's listening and who's buying they keep track keeping your toes. Yeah. They track of how many people, and that's what they do. And then they decide that they want advertise again Brooklyn, and these really are the best sheets ever. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. We got this note from how Durant who says this is how Seattle you have been good enough to play a couple of songs for my band. The almost faithful and the reaction has been fantastic, though, not quite enough to book a tour to Europe. We're seeing some good turn out for shows. We've been got one with cheese Aretha last show. Wow. Anyhow, if I recall Tuesday's normally to Tuesday's on the pond, I have no idea how that short. So I thought I'd sit in two more songs from recently released album, human nature. The first song is called I disappear. The second song which we will play later is quote because it's too Tuesday. Well, it's to win two for Wednesday is big blue dervish both are up tempo. Rocks full of melancholy ruminations of what could fun stuff anyway. So this is the almost fateful you'll hear them. And then you'll hear them at the end of the podcast. Richard Justice them will be dot com. Genius union. So let me get we're going to talk about the hall of fame. Almost exclusively Mariana Rivera went in unanimously. Why didn't you vote against them? If I voted I honestly would have to keep the tradit- said this on the show last night. I would have voted he's getting in. I would've voted against the why didn't you? Lifton the ballots are now made public a week later. And there's a guy named Ryan tip though that he attracts the ballots as they're submitted. You sent him your ballot. And there's pressure to do that. I know a bunch of guys that didn't want the ballots made public, and I just think there's a shaming process to it. So people would say to me, you know, Rivera's going to get in you feel strongly about let's say that Lance Berkman should stay on the ballot. He he didn't get enough to stay on. Why wouldn't you have a strategic bowel? Yeah. No. Because the next day you're going to get a call and this actually happened from dick young when he was alive, the new York Daily News, and it's going to say I'm going to slice you and dice you into a million pieces tomorrow in my column this actually happened. Once a guy that didn't vote for Mickey Mantle got a call from dick young. You don't he said to the guy he said, I just don't believe anybody should go in on the first ballot. Dick young. So there's a shaming process to looks eleven people didn't vote for Babe Ruth when they were counting the ballots in nineteen thirty six they actually stopped the ballot counting. What are we doing out here? Man, come home me. So I will tell you. And I said this on PTI, I think it's a quaint an honorable tradition. It never kept anybody out. And always gave you something to talk about SMARI on Rivera's a first ballot hall. Of course, he is. But I'd have taken the bullet on that one. Just because I. You wanna be that guy? You get the call from say New York, and since you you didn't vote for Tom Seaver? Can you explain that? Well, actually, I can't explain it. All right. So so there's no question that even though this is a relatively new position invented pretty much. Tony LaRussa and Dennis Eckersley that Mariana Rivera's the best ever. So he's in. And nobody would argue that he's the sure thing. Three other people got in yesterday. Edgar Martinez designated hitter. If it was up to me, I think I would have had David Ortiz as the first designated hitter. I put in Mike Messina and ROY halladay, and I'm not sure Richie. I don't know who you voted for. I'm not sure that any of them again. And I say this a lot is it's not the whole of the very good. It's not it's the greatest players of all time Harrow Baynes. He's the Tracy McGrady of the hall of fame in in this. Now, Tracy McGrady should not be in the hall of fame, and you should not. And hell Baynes shouldn't be can't did you vote or do you justify Martinez Messina and halladay? I'm a big hog..

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"tradit" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"It's usually all I would imagine you could tell me is it because their feelings almost kind of blocked their knowledge at that point in a way, you know. Yes. Yes. So if you're in the situation, you are now kind of familiar with the feelings within for instance, you have to learn how to detach. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So if you don't know how to catch and throw something actually, you don't have these ads because you know, what the right answer is. But you don't do it. You can't do you don't do it. So that's that's that's a problem. So yes, put yourself put people put your team put yourself. Not just study it. Okay. Here's the here's the here's what you do. You study it. And then from the study, you try and formulate a simulation that you. You can put yourself into go. There's the answer. There's the answer. Last little section about this. A wise prince ought never in peaceful times stand idle, but increases resources with industry in such a way that they may be available to him in adversity. So that if fortune chances it may find him prepared to resist her blows. He's really into in the peacetime you work harder. And know what I'm going to agree with them. Next every prince ought to desire to be considered Clements. And not cruel. That's again, this is not tradit- Machiavelli. But then he says, nevertheless, he ought to take care not to misuse this clemency. So show mercy. But don't get crazy. Beat. There's a dichotomy don't get crazy with the mercy does economy Layton be very merciful, but don't be overly merciful. You gotta be balanced can be a softy Getty softy, a print so long as he keeps his subjects United and loyal on not to mind, the reproach of cruelty because with a few examples. So he's hey, you if you're considered cool, sometimes, that's okay. This is this is tradit- this because with a few examples he will be more and more civil than those who through too much mercy allowed disorders to arise from which follow murders or robberies for these are want to injure the whole people whilst those executions, which originate with the prince offend the individual. So every once in a while if somebody gets out of line, you gotta you gotta kill him..

Clements economy Layton
"tradit" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"It's usually all I would imagine you could tell me is it because their feelings almost kind of blocked their knowledge at that point in a way, you know. Yes. Yes. So if you're in the situation, you are now kind of familiar with the feelings within for instance, you have to learn how to detach. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So if you don't know how to catch and throw something actually, you don't have these ads because you know, what the right answer is. But you don't do it. You can't do you don't do it. So that's that's that's a problem. So yes, put yourself put people put your team put yourself. Not just study it. Okay. Here's the here's the here's what you do. You study it. And then from the study, you try and formulate a simulation that you. You can put yourself into go. There's the answer. There's the answer. Last little section about this. A wise prince ought never in peaceful times stand idle, but increases resources with industry in such a way that they may be available to him in adversity. So that if fortune chances it may find him prepared to resist her blows. He's really into in the peacetime you work harder. And know what I'm going to agree with them. Next every prince ought to desire to be considered Clements. And not cruel. That's again, this is not tradit- Machiavelli. But then he says, nevertheless, he ought to take care not to misuse this clemency. So show mercy. But don't get crazy. Beat. There's a dichotomy don't get crazy with the mercy does economy Layton be very merciful, but don't be overly merciful. You gotta be balanced can be a softy Getty softy, a print so long as he keeps his subjects United and loyal on not to mind, the reproach of cruelty because with a few examples. So he's hey, you if you're considered cool, sometimes, that's okay. This is this is tradit- this because with a few examples he will be more and more civil than those who through too much mercy allowed disorders to arise from which follow murders or robberies for these are want to injure the whole people whilst those executions, which originate with the prince offend the individual. So every once in a while if somebody gets out of line, you gotta you gotta kill him..

Clements economy Layton
"tradit" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"An advert in adversity who does not fail in other qualifications, and who by his resolution and energy keeps the whole people encouraged such a one will never find himself deceived in them, and it will be shown that he has laid his foundations. Well. Again. This is not what people think Mackey Machiavelli was talking about know what they think he saying build relationship be strong give to your people. Continuing wise prince ought to adopt such a course that his citizens will always in every sort and kind of circumstance have need of the state and of him. And then he will always find them faithful that one's a little bit. That one's a little bit. Hey, you know, you need you need me here that one's a little bit Machiavelli tradit- not. Continuing whoever shall fortify his town and shell have managed the other concerns of his subjects. Well, and to be often repeated will never be attacked without great caution for men are always adverse to enterprise where difficulties can be seen and it will be seen. Not to be an easy thing to attack one who has town. Well, fortified and is not hated by his people again. Try and build relationships with your people. That's what he say. A prince who has a strong city and has not made himself odious will not be attacked or if anyone should attack. He will only be driven off with disgrace same thing. Like, if you've got a good, if you're people support you so you can get attacked, and you're going to drive that person off that attacks you drive, mafia disgrace. Quick one here that the arms with which prince defense is state are either his own or they are mercenaries are exhilarates or mixed. And we says are exhilarates he's talking about how if you have an ally you can use their troops. Right. So if you and I are allies, and I'm like, hey echo won't be an attack over here. You can send me some troops. Those are my exhilarate troops. Mercenaries auxiliaries are useless dangerous. And if one holds estate based on these arms, he will stand. Neither for firm nor safe for they are disunited ambushes ambitious and without discipline. Unfaithful valiant before friends cowardly before enemies, they have neither the fear of God, nor fidelity to men and destruction is deferred only so long as the attack is foreign peace one is robbed by them. And in war by the enemy. The fact is they have no other attraction or reason for. Keeping the field than a trifle of a stipend, which is not sufficient to make them willing to die for you..

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"tradit" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"L A, double N, E R. Again, got another hour coming up. We'll have a whole lot more to talk about. We'll get some some of your phone. Call mortar phone calls your e mails as well. If you wanna Email the show, go to our website, wealth and dot com. I sent some emails coming up next hour a lot of different topics and things that a couple of questions people had on some topics that we had last week. So those came in over the weekend. We'll talk a little bit more about those some numbers to get to as well by the numbers. I see this right was down nine percent. Total return in December two thousand eighteen. I thought the summers are always supposed to be good. That's what they said. You know, go away and make him back in November. They're always good right up until they're not. Yeah. There have been that good. That's not good. They're really not good probably because you expect them to be good. And then they're not good on top of that really kinda stinks. Yes, you expecting good. You not only got bad. You got really bad. And that's exactly what happens. So we'll talk maybe a little bit more about that next hour as I said some numbers coming up at eight seven seven planner our number P L A double N E R, eight seven seven seven five two six six three seven trying to consider whether you should do a Roth or a traditional been talking a lot about the Roth or traditional 4._0._1._K now, professor Plum, when you put money into a Roth 4._0._1._K you've got earnings you've got your own contributions, which were post-tax. Right. So there is basis inside your 4._0._1._K there very much is in a Roth 4._0._1._K and their earnings. There's one thing that is not in a Roth 4._0._1._K and those are matching contributions matching contributions from your you do get matched. If if your company matches a 4._0._1._K contribution. It doesn't matter. Whether it goes into the traditional side or the raw side, they will match it. But the matching contribution does not go into the Roth account it goes into the traditional account. So the matching contribution will always be on the other side, the traditional one case is the only thing that's in the Roth 4._0._1._K say are your contributions, and hopefully whatever earnings that you've been able to create on those contributions the ultimately terminate employment. You may have elected the Roth 4._0._1._K from day one. You've never contributed to a traditional 4._0._1._K at that company. But there was a matching program when you retire. You have two types of money, raw 4._0._1._K money and traditional 4._0._1._K money. You can roll the Roth 4._0._1._K all of it, including the earnings in the raw 4._0._1._K to Roth IRA, and then you can take the traditional 4._0._1._K money and roll it directly to attritional irate, avoid tax, or if you're not paying the tax you can convert that to a tradit- or a Roth IRA at that time. But a lot of people believe that they don't get mad. Matching contributions or if they do the veggie contributions go into the Roth. And I think the first part of that is people don't think they're getting a match because they don't see it in a Roth 4._0._1._K because it's in the traditional side. They do match that everybody matches. But if they match they'll match both sides now, it's the same 4._0._1._K. It's just got it from different. Yeah. It's a different. I mean, you have the same. You have the same investments across the board. It'll be the same investments. Everything is the same. But it's a different type. It's a different account altogether counting. It'll just be a different account number. It'll be the. L account number one three five t for the traditional enter the one three five are for their. I don't know. Separate segregated account from traditional side when you take money out of the Roth 4._0._1._K, let's say you are we talked about what happens if you take it out prior to fifty nine and a half or prior to being of age, whatever your age happens to be if you take it once you reach age fifty nine and a half. Do you have to worry about any of this partly taxable partly not taxable. It's a qualified distribution. From an accounting standpoint. They will keep track of how much it's coming out of basis. How much coming out of earnings, but for you. It's a qualified distribution. You don't care. It's tax free. Unless you roll it all over to an IRA. Well, and that's kind of where I was going because when you move a Roth 4._0._1._K to a Roth IRA the five year time horizon that you had and that you had satisfied with the Roth 4._0._1._K stays with the 4._0._1._K. Now, you're looking at IRA's and the first question for a qualified distribution from a Roth IRAs. Have you had a Roth IRA continuously for at least five years any Roth IRA for continuously for at least five years. The second question is are you fifty nine and a half. Well, if you take all your money in your Roth 4._0._1._K move it to an IRA. Maybe you're sixty two sixty three sixty five years of age, and he got started late. So there's only maybe thirty forty thousand dollars in their most of it is contributions. Maybe it's twenty thousand contributions ten thousand earnings just making up for this example, and I don't have any Roth IRA's none zero. Nada, zilch. And I quit, and I roll it over to a Roth IRA, and then I think you know, what I'd kinda like to pay off my car. Do this do that that's going to take thirty thousand bucks? And I'm going to take this thirty thousand dollars out of my IRA because hey, I'm fifty nine and a half I've had a Roth account. There was a 4._0._1._K account for a long time. Yeah. Sure. Well, you haven't had a Roth IRA for a long time. You haven't had a Roth IRA for five years. So you need to season it, you can take the twenty out because now the twenty is your contribution base. You can always take that out from the IRA. Yes. But the ten thousand of earnings you haven't reached the seasoning point yet five years and fifty nine reached fifty half. Because again, you've gone from 4._0._1._K IRA. They are two separate deal to separate five year rule you separate five your rules. Okay. Now, we talked about getting your money out at fifty nine and a half dog gone. I just lost my train of thought about fifty five while we could talk about the age fifty five dollars. Void penalties. Well, that's that's true now. Oh boy. I had a good rollover question. I hate when that happens thirty seconds ago. I had it as you were talking. I said this is the way this is the way to go. And now, I can't remember what in the heck it was rollover or. I'm sorry. Not a rollover what? When. When you're moving the money from the 4._0._1._K over to the the Roth side of the house version nasty now the pressure's on I got less than a minute. I can't think of it. I'll think of it next hour leave it between the that's what the heck I was trying to talk about try to write it down. He was it was it was a perfect way to end the hour because it had something to do with something. I can't remember sixty day conversions. Nah, nah. I won't think of it. I get like. All right, anyway, we got another hour coming up if you have any questions on any of this stuff, you know, one of the decisions that you have to make as you're approaching not as you're approaching retirement. But it's more critical approach retirement is whether or not you should do a Roth or a traditional IRA now some people who aren't making a whole lot of money, and they're not in a very high tax bracket. And they're young. They got a lot of time. It's almost a no brainer to the point. Where you say. Okay. Yeah. Do the Roth IRA if you have a Roth four one K option, great if you have a matching contribution it. But as you get older that question is a little less clear cut. This is where an adviser comes in handy and give.

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"tradit" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I get some of this stuff out there too. There was an interesting piece in the Wall Street Journal the other day just thought, you know, how much I love liberal the media narrative myth busting because it's important. You know, liberals are full of crap folks they've been attacking for a while. Now what they call the gig economy. Joe things like Uber. People who drive for lift people who rent out their homes and Airbnb liberals hate that the reason liberal liberals hate that. I want to be crystal clear. So you understand the big sixty thousand foot bird's eye view here. Jim is for a reason this part time economy what they insultingly call. The gig economy are typically jobs show that are not unionized. Yeah. People drive. They take their car for Uber. They rent out their home. There's no union. They just do what they do. And they are in money most people enjoy it. As a matter of fact, so liberals hate that. Because unions tradit-. Really support liberal causes folks. It's just the facts if I'm not an anti union guy. If you go to work every day. God bless you. I mean, my father was a union guy. So's my brother. I'm just telling you, the facts union causes traditionally support democrat party politics, Democrats need unions unions have been shrinking they're going to drink even more as this economy, the sharing economy picks up, and we see things like Uber and Airbnb and other things, and it's driving unions and the Democrats crazy, so they insulted. So there was a study by cats and Krueger that the Democrats have been using for a long time. It's in the Wall Street Journal saying, oh, this is devastating. Joe? There's a fifty percent spike in contracting work. In other words, the gig economy, and this is horrible because people aren't going to get benefit me while people love these jobs. They wouldn't do them people get to make a few bucks on the side. So liberals have been citing this cats and Kruger studied, but this big leap and the gig gig economy, and how much trouble it is for the economy. Unfortunately, the study has been now entirely debunked and liberals are backtrack. Here's the data. They use. Roughly about ten point seven percent of people in two thousand five were involved in some form of this independent type contracting gig economy as they call it sharing economy work, Joe. In two thousand fifteen under Obama that jumped to fifteen point eight percent see may say, Dan, what's the what's the problem? You're making their point that gig economy jobs jumped up five point eight percentage points or five percentage points, excuse me. Well, ladies and gentlemen, that gig economy jumped up because Obama Konomi was so bad people had union jobs didn't exist. What's the number now as of last summer ten point one percent? Point six percentage points below where it was in two thousand five. In other words, there are less gig economy jobs now, not more gig economy jobs because the Trump economies exploding. Ironically union workers what I'm trying to tell you is Trump has been the greatest thing for you. If these gig economy jobs are a weapon against you, which they're not by the way, the best way to get people at the full time employment is to support a president like Donald Trump who actually supports the economy. Thank you have a nice weekend. I'll see you on Monday day, sir. The Dan Bongino show. You can also get Dan's podcasts on I tunes or soundcloud and follow Dan on Twitter. Twenty four seven at dbongino..

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"tradit" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"I drew what are you thinking about what's important things thinking about one is toxic masculinity. Apparently. Now that's been masculine has been deemed a toxic toxic psychological construct harmful demand. Are we dispelling that no gut now officially by the American psychological association, some some mental health group who will one day eat their words because it's really just taking a position on qualities of human nature is I never seen anything. Like that before. It's the American psychological. So. Yeah. Yeah. Tradit deemed it harmful toxic masculinity. Lenny's traditional masculinity officially deemed harmful. The headline of this article. It's too much it, well, whatever they listen, mental health organizations have made horrible horrible mistakes for many most most of their three hundred year history taking terrible terrible things. Well, Ruben proven Vive very including things like calling homosexuality. Pathology isn't it like the food pyramid? Like in eat, grains. He start every day with a loaf of bread and porridge in cut up an Anna. Then there's fruit and grains like now. No all wrong on hundred percent wrong thousand fucking percents wrong. Thank you export s- shut the fuck up the up because you know, what the fuck you're talking about. And look no further than a rich history of being wrong. Yes. And now we're supposed to listen. That's the part. I like I like where I listen you. Now, the here's what you should listen to when they express humility, look, I don't know we've been wrong many many times before maybe one day. This will be proven to be something that's problematic. But right now, we can't position on a social construct. Are you kidding me? Yeah. Well. How much toxic macula toxic Omaha beach. It's what you need in the circumstance where it is. And I mean come on now come on now. Look when we when we step back and look at what's going on. It's the feminization of our culture that's fucking at all up as we speak. Checks and balances people women act like women men act like men and things are pretty Copacetic. We all take shift one direction or the next. We're gonna mean trouble. We we. I think we could all agree. Came out with this Kochta reward and psychological APA APA. How about you? Listen to this guy who was put on Akkad Emmett probation junior colleges guy when I hear from if we all took a shift toward toxic masculinity men and women can we all just let's just say half, the country's men have two countries women, if we all got the women to start acting more like men, you would label that a disaster. Yes. APA because it's toxic. Right. Okay. If we start getting the half of the populace that are men to start acting like women that she'll also be a disaster. What behaving more healthy apps a fucking Lutely? There's a reason look I drew we'd like to talk about polar bears. I think we can agree of all the polar bear males. Just started doing the roles and acting as if they were female. That'd be that would impact negatively the polar bear population. Yeah. For polar bears. Yes. It shelby. A problem with us to it is a problem with us. It's currently a problem with us. No one wants to talk about it. Because people don't like to be shouted down or called close-minded or you know, heretics thugs or. Sexist racist, or whatever. But. My family. Would be devastated. If I started acting like my wife, we'd be destroyed in a matter of seconds. Me that Gary be good with that though, the active where we'd have no jobs through the Renault. Jenin? We nothing we'd be ruined immediately. If I basically just went, hey, whatever Lynette does I'm right with her. Now, we'd be bad. We read marginally inconvenience if she acted like me all the time. So it's a two way street. I'm saying what works best with my family for my kids and society is my wife acting like she acts and me acting like by AC that's how it works which you don't want is to people laying in bed and here window break the middle of night and each one we're trying to push out of bed to go. Find out what happened you go downstairs. No, you go downstairs..

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"tradit" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:25 min | 3 years ago

"tradit" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And if they can help you in any way, they'll make sure that that takes place as well. But today, we're going to talk to you about something that we find kind of interesting conundrum, if you will on a day-to-day basis with patients walking into the office, and we're talking about laboratory testing, the heirs and the missions and the parameters that are never quite the way they were intended to be and sometimes exaggerated and used inappropriately. But in studio to help me do that to talk about it to lift the the veil off of it. If you will your host this Wednesday. The evening at the result center for healing in Fairfax. Dr Leonard PO who's also our clinical director at the. Record core concepts chiropractic by result in Brooklyn's. Anyway, Dr Paul welcome. Hey, hey, how are you? Good. How are you? All listen. We're gonna be talking about an interesting subject. Let let's start with simply this this question. How often in your opinion do doctors not order the appropriate test? Ninety eight ninety eight percent. That is huge. See a lot. Unfortunately, that's the truth. Is it is it when we're talking about we're talking if we're talking about in general, you know, if you're looking for a particular thing, you know, I think most healthcare professionals know, what to order for that particular thing but worth looking time general health, and I'm not feeling well, I'm not doing well something's wrong. I'm not right now. Let's lab tests than I would say, you know, I think ninety eight percent is by being overly generous. How how often do you see doctors ordering incomplete tests all the time? So and what's worse is? I I see all the time that the findings aren't followed up on. That's another problem. That is a problem. Yeah. You get you get something come in. For example, the other day I had somebody bringing their laboratory work that was about five six months old. And I said let me see what my doctor said that there's nothing wrong with my lab work. So I- traced through a very very quick everything sign, right? Everything is, you know, even tradit-. Laboratory rangers. We're going to talk about functional medicine ranges a little bit even in traditional laboratory ranges for vitamin d twenty-five Roxie vitamin d three. And we know that ninety eighty five percent of the population in this areas, vitamin d deficient crack or either that or very insufficient and the laboratory Rangers go from about thirty thirty two up to about one hundred. And here's this person sitting there with a vitamin d love of twenty nine and their doctors at well. There's nothing wrong with that. Yeah. Nothing wrong with taking was about five years ago. The range was fifty two hundred that's right because anything under fifty is considered insufficient and thirty two thirty three or less is highly deficient. So you get that type of thing and they're missing the boat. This whole things like did you what did you do about the urinary tract infection? You had had one. We never told you you had a urinary tract infection. She stuff missed all the time. Sure. When when you're when you do just a simple, white blood count or CBC a complete blood count. And you have your white county red bud count. And you see the white cells that are slightly suppressed, and you see a shift and a lymphocyte neutral levels, and you know, that they had some kind of or they do have an ongoing suppressive problem due to an infectious state of some sort. But the physician never says anything about it half the time, my hallucination is that is because the doctor doesn't know what to do with it when they find. Either that or? We don't have to get into this very deeply or it's because you know, this is not covered. So I'm not ordering it. Oh, you mean that insurance thing? Yeah. Yeah. Unfortunately, insurance companies will pay for certain things, and they won't pay for other things, you know, one of the other conundrum don't care if you're well or sick. Oh, you're using my old axiom. So here's what the deal is. You know, you get a guy, for example that has you know, because the dock and he gets a just an annual screening. They do a PSA prostate specific antigen, which is really a measure, by the way, guys system measure inflammatory reaction of the prostate. So if your prostate swells up a little bit, it tells you that you have some swollen. But really doesn't tell you what what it's all about. What has to be run with it minimally is a free PSA, and so just for your own knowledge, which you need to have is a very low total PSA, and you have to have a very high free PSA if they go in reverse now, you've got a problem, but you can't tell one without the other. Really? And there's so many guys who've been sent out for biopsies, but you can have a high PSA in a very very very very elevated, high free PSA. There's nothing wrong, really, maybe marginally sometimes benign be. Yeah. And you got to find out what's all about. But that's part. Is you get you see a lot of just incomplete testing done. Whether it's prostate thyroid TSA ch- all the time TSA, pituitary hormone. It doesn't tell you really functionally what the thyroid's doing. There's just it's a lot of incomplete ordering a blood work. And it's either based off of what the insurance company will cover. I don't know or I don't need any of those things to prescribe this medication. We're going to get into a little bit of the cluster unlimited. Parents they know this Wednesday evening, you're going to get into these things in detail, by the way, join us and bring your laboratory work with you. And you can ask questions based on that. And we can tell you what should have been run and what needs to be run. And whether you really have an issue not have an issue. Sometimes there's a witch hunt going on that inappropriate. Sometimes there's things that need to be looked at that are not. And that's where we're going to cover this Wednesday evening, and you can tell whether or not you do have a problem and based on that what next steps need to be taken triple eight six three zero nine six two five. That's triple eight six three zero ninety six twenty five. That's how he reaches here. I'm going to go to the phones because this may be something that we can relate to so Joan. Thank you for calling. How can I help you? Well, I'm concerned about my adult son who's fifty six last October. She ran in the New York marathon he finished. But at the finish, he got dizzy and dizzy enough to have. To grab onto a pole. Now, I don't live near him. I'm not sure what will happen next. But he did go to a doctor. He's always had low or normal blood pressure. But now, he's got high blood pressure and not sure the medication thing. L Y N. Maybe boy. Okay. Wpro. Probably what is it? Listen appro. I I, you know, I don't know. Okay. So let me ask you a couple of questions because what you're dealing with could be one of several different things before the marathon was your son on any kind of medication at all. I don't think I don't think. So he does have a cholesterol problem that doesn't take medicine for he eats oatmeal. He's very fit, you know. I don't think he was on any medicine. Okay. So let's let's take Dr Paul you wanna list this this related symptom processes and how they they step up. And then we can talk about the lab work that goes along with that as well. Do as. The dizziness finishing when you do you like that? Right. Yeah. So no finishing. What are the potential problems possibly? I've of this for well. I mean, like a handful I would want to check blood sugars for short. I mean, if you just finished a marathon. I mean, I'd want to know what the, you know, the blood sugars like in general look at those patterns, like a general Nimia patterns, you know, look at other structural piece. The thing that adrenal function adrenal function. I mean, there's a whole handful of thanks considering you just finished a marathon big thing to be though, if you have high cholesterol, I would look for other. Vascular inflammatory markers. If any of those show up people that generally, you know, if you're entering marathon, you're putting in a lot of miles one of the trade offs with doing a lot of aerobic cardiovascular activity, as it does put strain on the blood vessels. So I'd want to really look at vascular system for that. Just make sure everything was was intact. Well, Joan does so many different things. I mean, even from sodium levels that could have been off Tahseen levels that could have been off. Yeah, that's tough. I mean, you just finished a marathon. I be busy after finishing two miles right now. Well, I was just thinking. Oh my gosh. I'm glad he didn't drop dead at at the end of it. I I'm concerned, maybe he should pursue a being accordia logistic or kidney specialist or something is there. Joan. Here's what I'm gonna do for you. We've know some people that are really top shelf in New York. And if you do this if you send us a note to the office, just go through the website, and or just call in and ask the question, they'll give it to either Dr Paul to give it to myself, and we'll tell you who to contact in New York. There's some really excellent people that we trust and I would start there. I would encourage your son to go to these people and their their natural physicians. They do they do functional medicine work, and they'd be able to weed through it and find out whether it's you know, he's training to hard. Whether he's had a blood sugar problem, whether or not he's, you know, his cutting systems intact with his hypoallergenic pattern, whether the mental ization in the bodies. And, but those are the things that you start with and they can ask all the questions, but, you know, do that send us a note and will be more than happy to make that referral. Now. Dr PO when you hear something like that it can be it can be a marathon. Runner. It could be somebody that just on a day to day they get out and it's hot outside and there, but you got to look at the the different pieces chore. That's right. I mean, and it comes back to that basic triangle. We always talk about it. You know, there are structural problem. Biochemical problem is their emotional stress. Pattern could be any of those things this Wednesday evening. Your host in house will be Dr Leonard Pau. He's going to be talking about what we're talking about in touching upon right now laboratory parameters what really needs to be run, the limitations that, unfortunately, many physicians are are struggling under means laboratory directives we won't pay for and instead of asking you, listen, your laboratory won't your your insurance company won't pay for this. But you know, we think it's appropriate that you run this test which would like to do that. And there are cash laboratories, I'm gonna talk. I'm going to talk about that. I mean, there's all sorts of ways to get this done and get it done very cost effectively. You don't have to don't put it in your mind that I can't afford to any of these tests on you absolutely can end even though that you're, you know, you're not feeling good. In your doctor says, well, you know, there's nothing wrong. Wrong with you. Sometimes it's a misinterpretation of the laboratory work, and you have to look at anything you have to look at in parameters. Yeah. You have to look at functional. I'll give you an example, functional medicine normals for the size of a red blood a blood cell. Okay. That's part of your complete blood count is way different than your traditional laboratory, markers laboratory and markers. And I'm gonna just give you the numbers as eighty to one hundred but a functional medicine normal for the size that red blood cell called a main corpuscle volume is eighty seven to ninety three. But if you're falling within the range of those other that other parameter that I mentioned your doctor says there's nothing wrong with you. That means you're not dying. That means you're not dying is the difference between looking at it. And the analogy I use you're looking at it as a pass fail versus grading it. You know, what's your is? It A B is a C. You know, there's not a lot of difference academically between a sixteen. Nine. In a day, but you shouldn't feel horrible. So it's not a pass fail thing. Well, how well is it actually doing how wells it actually functioning? And then you take all those different values, and you kinda pull them all together and see systemically houses person really doing where do we start talking about thyroid values? I mean, you're lucky if they run too out of about eight or nine different things that they should be writing running. But we're going to talk about that all day on dosage, but.

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