35 Burst results for "Trees"
AP News Radio
World on 'thin ice' as UN climate report gives stark warning
"A new report from a UN science panel warned that humanity is fast approaching the deadline. For preventing the worst damage to the planet. From climate change, UN secretary general Antonio Guterres with a warning. Humanity is on thin ice and that high is melting fast. Guterres is calling for an end to new fossil fuel exploration and wealthy country should stop using coal, oil, and gas by 2040. The rate of temperature rise in the last half century is the highest in 2000 years. The science panel's report says to stay under the 1.5° warming target. The world needs to cut 60% of greenhouse gas emissions in the next 12 years. Co author, Christopher tree sos. Action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change is more urgent than previously assessed in AR 5. And that this decade actions in this decade are critical for securing a sustainable future for all. I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
California gets a break from drenching rains
"California is expected to get a few days break from the weather. Powerful rainstorms of drenched parts of the state flooding roadways, causing landslides toppling trees and flooding hundreds of acres of strawberries, national weather service forecaster bob orwig says the state is getting a break. California's weather is much calmer than it has been. We do have some generally light rain potential coming up for part of the weekend mostly on Sunday. But or vex says next week could bring some issues. It looks like we may have a more significant storm affect California Tuesday and Wednesday with the potential for some additional heavy snows throughout this year. And some heavy rains at the lower elevation. So we could end up with some flooding issues as we go into the beginning to middle part of next week. So Californians will get a chance to clean up before the next round of winter arrives. I'm Donna water
AP News Radio
Storms end Southern California water restrictions for 7M
"There's a silver lining from the latest storm to drench California. I'm Lisa dwyer. California's 11th atmospheric river left the storm soaked state with a bang bringing flooded roadways, landslides, and toppled trees to the southern part of the state, but also a drought busting rainfall that means the end of water restrictions for nearly 7 million people. The decision brings some relief amid the state's historic drought, but weather woes remain an additional 61,000 people remain under evacuation warnings. California's governor Gavin Newsom. We do as I speak 31 shelters that are operating in 14 counties in the state of California. And there is more weather on the way. None of us naive about what we're looking forward to next week, potentially on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, 12th atmospheric river. I'm Lisa dwyer
AP News Radio
Late-winter storm pummels Northeast with heavy, wet snow
"Parts of the northeast have been hit with a major winter storm. In fitchburg, Massachusetts, Peter Davis doesn't seem to mind all the snow. Finally, the big snowstorm of the year, I finally get to use my new snow blower but Tuesday storm left tens of thousands of homes and businesses without power, and there were widespread school closings. The storm's path included New England, northeastern Pennsylvania, northern New Jersey and upstate New York, where in some locations two feet of snow fell, New York governor Kathy hochul tweeted late Tuesday that close to 75,000 households in the state lost power, and Derry New Hampshire firefighters used chainsaws and shovels to rescue a girl trapped under a fallen tree. She had only minor injuries, about 2100 flights in and out of the U.S. were canceled Tuesday, with Boston and the New York City area seeing most of the scrapped flights. I am Donna water
AP News Radio
Another atmospheric river pounds California, 27K to evacuate
"Another atmospheric river is wrecking havoc in California while heavy snow hits the east coast. I'm Lisa dwyer. Forecasters are warning of more flooding and potentially damaging winds as a new atmospheric river pushes into a swamped California. Nearly 27,000 people are under evacuation orders statewide with emergency declarations for 40 counties. There's been damaging winds with gusts of up to 70 mph. There are also numerous reports of fallen trees and more than 330,000 customers without power. The national weather service says the storm is moving faster than expected, and most of the rainfall should shift southward. California has been battered by ten previous atmospheric rivers this winter on the east coast heavy wet snow cause a plane to slide off a runway and led to hundreds of school closings canceled flights and thousands of power outages there. I'm Lisa dwyer
The Eric Metaxas Show
Ryan Bethea and Father Carlos Martins Explore the World of Exorcism
"I joke around particularly when we're talking about something really serious. This is serious. It doesn't get more serious than the spiritual battle that we're in. This is real. And there are many people listening to this program. You know, they have their questions, they get uncomfortable, maybe talking about this. So I want to do our best just to lead them along. But Ryan, why don't you since you're my friend and you host the podcast with father Martin? Why don't you explain who father Martin's is and how you came to meet him and do this podcast about what he does, which is to say exorcism. Absolutely. And obviously, I know friendship with you normally comes with a subpoena. So I'm just very good. Thank you. No one knew at some level. I could disavow disavow. So this actually started several years ago. It was actually doing some research for another show. I've always been fascinated with just the inexplicable. I mean, you yourself are no stranger. I know you authored a book loved by dozens of people called miracles. And I've always found that really interesting. Just because there are things in life that make it really interesting, you can't explain. I had some friends out of the Vatican and I was blessed to be able to take a trip out there and I got to meet some really fascinating folks and while doing research for that show, I was told, hey, if you are interested at all in the subject of exorcism, which most people at least are fascinated with it, they say you need to talk with this guy, father Carlos Martins, there is no, of course, official head exorcist. If you call the Vatican, there's no phone tree that says, you know, office of the chief exercise, but several people said there is a gentleman we respect immensely who has a lot of work in this and you should give them a call. I gave him a call, and of course I said, father, would you mind telling me a few stories he indulged me? And after that, I said, okay, people need to know about this.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Georgia Has Never Been Poor in Culture and Spirit
"Home brothers, you got a lot of the stuff back here, but you also get into the old southern raw genre, not necessarily, but Leonard Skynyrd, you get, you know, the Marshall Tucker band. You get Lana rhythm section. I still have memories of Atlanta rhythm section, you know, in the late said, you know, doing champagne jam. I mean champagne jam, yeah. Oh my God, filling up ticks, you know, Georgia Tech stadium back when we're doing those kind of things. And that's just, I think, John, from my perspective, it comes from a culture of sane. And people don't realize this in South Jordan but in north tour as well, that Georgia rural, you know, for many, many years. Atlanta is, of course, blossom, but it is still that people we came from a society that was, we were poor in resources, but not poor in culture and spirit. Exactly. Exactly. And so what we had was is you would have families or people in communities get together and on Friday and Saturday night they would have what we call hooting nannies or they would have people over and everybody would be cooking barbecue and they'd be playing guitar singing or they singing in the church and this is how that culture just developed. It is. I had there are two boys in my paternity, the holder brothers, Gable and wit holder. And they could pick guitars and sing and harmony. It was a true, it was a true southern tradition that they learned from their parents, going to church and all that stuff. And it was so amazing to hear. I remember they did a version of 7 bridges road by the eagles. And I was just left speechless by their ability to play the song and to harmonize at the same time. You know, I have Travis trit on that list too. And he is a hometown favorite because my son's gonna get in the background here. He's interested in the music conversation. But Travis Tritt, a growing up in Marietta, Georgia, post oak tree, you hear stories about Travis's grandfather being a bus driver in that area and I used to get my hair cut at a place called bob's barbershop off the sandy plains road and highway 5 and I never saw him there, but the rumor was that Travis used to go there to get that mullet trimmed up and looking good.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Ride Along in Watts
"Good morning, everybody. I'm your sitting host omelet and obie. I had to take some time today to talk about an issue that is near and dear to my heart. And that is law enforcement. Here in LA, I've had some very interesting run ins with law enforcement in my support of the work that they do. And this is not to negate the real instances of police brutality or police malpractice, but to say that that is not the majority of police officers in law enforcement. These are amazing men and women who are choosing to take on the job of protecting the people around them and working within their communities. And the police officers that I know, I will say, are wonderful men and women who are not only police officers, but they are teachers. They are parents. They are social workers in the work that they're doing, and they really are just doing amazing work day in and day out and working to shine the best light on their profession. Now, one of the craziest stories that I've ever been through, one of the craziest experience that I've ever had is doing a ride along in watts here in south central LA. I've done many of these now in the past couple of years because I'm well acquainted with police and talk about the work that they do quite often. But one time I was on a ride along late at night and driving down a residential area in watts when all of a sudden we noticed a car had been crashed straight into a tree. Of course, the police officers had to get out and respond in a woman ran into the streets screaming about how they needed paramedics. She was covered in blood, wearing gloves, little did we know that she was a nurse who was not working at the time. And as the police officers ran over to the car, they found that behind it was a young man who had been shot to death. By a gang in the area and in the neighborhood. And when I tell you that so many of the people living in these areas are desensitized to gun violence, there were young kids sitting outside watching as this man passed away right on the street. And who's there to respond to it? None other than your LAPD police officers who are seeing violence like this and death and destruction far too often in far more than any human should ever have to. Now
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"AB sports I'm Josh rowntree, major news Wednesday in college basketball is for the first time in nearly 5 decades. Syracuse will have a new head coach, more from correspondent Dave ferry. Basketball coach Jim beheim said at a news conference Wednesday that it was up to Syracuse to decide whether he returns for a 48th season. The school quickly responded by announcing that assistant Adrian Autry is replacing beheim, who was second on the all time wins list for division one coaches. I've been lucky. To be able to do it. Coach this long. His resume includes 34 NCAA tournament appearances, ten big east regular season titles and 5 conference tournament championships, along with the NCAA title in 2003, but the orange haven't had a 21 season in four years. I'm Dave ferry. On the NBA hardwood, CJ McCollum dropped in 32 points as the pelicans topped Dallas one 13 one O 6. It was good, man, but I'm just trying to win, man. I think that's, out of the score, a lot of points in my career and I hit big shots. I'm just trying to do what I can to help the team win. So it was nice to make some shots and make some plays, but it's even better when it comes in a win. The Cavaliers got by the heat one O four 100 as Evan mobley says defense led the way for Cleveland. I feel like we played pretty good defense. We were in our spots. Sometimes shooters got out. And we followed the shooters. We could do a little bit better with that. And then also them driving middle, but overall I feel like we did a good job. And Boston smashed Portland one 1593, Jason Tatum had 30. Al Horford added 17. I was just really early on taking with the defense was giving me the way they were playing me and guy found me early and I was able to get into a rhythm really early. And on the ice, the wild top the jets four two behind 46 saves for Mark Andre flurry. I thought you guys defended Walt, you know, everybody covered the metal to slat a lot of it. It's not too many grated air and the blocks and shots where it clear blocks away and obviously something nice goes up front to get the leader. I'm Josh Brown tree AP sports.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Antichrist Administration With Benny Johnson
"Benny shifting gears here a little bit. You've been on top of this story. I haven't touched it or covered it at all. Let me tell you my little campus stuff and you know this to great detail and you've had some wonderful takes on it. The Garland hearing. Benny, what happened in the Garland hearing? So the public beating has not gone out of style, Charlie. That used to be tar and feather. It used to be running out of town on the rails and the old colonial days. For some odd reason we got rid of the stocks in the middle of the city. But the public beating exists today, just exists in the form of the congressional hearing. And Republicans delivered bombshell after blow after pistol whipping to Merrick Garland and that 70 year old man deserved it. That little keebler elf had his feet held to the fire and not just the fires that cooked the cookies and shot of the tree that he lives in, making cookies. He got burned yesterday. And it was bad. I listen, there was not a single stone left unturned. Hunter Biden, Joe Biden. Attacking Catholics attacking Christians. I think that was probably one of the harshest lines of questioning by Josh hawley. And Ted Cruz went after Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court Justices being threatened, a man wandering through Brett Kavanaugh's neighborhood with full tactical gear on, ready to kill him, admittedly. And the Justice Department doing absolutely nothing. So if you're a meemaw and you have a 25% American flag and the capital police usher you into the U.S. capitol, you get put on the terrorist watch list and you spend the rest of your life in jail. But if you are a man kitted out in tactical gear with deadly weapons and you go up to kill a Supreme Court Justice that was appointed by president Trump, you get a ticket to the chocolate factory, okay? You get to go to go to the candy shop. Merritt Garland kitten club. And look, the more laws the less justice. So Garland is choosing what laws to enforce based on his own political revenge. Look, Merrick Garland is a craven old man who is bitter. He's bitter he never became a Supreme Court Justice. He's bitter that seat remained open. Remember, Barack Obama put Garland up for that seat and the turtle to his great credit, Mitch McConnell refused to put it up for vote. It was one of the great things that the parliamentarian of the Senate from Kentucky ever did and he does deserve credit for it, and we won that shock election in 16 and Gorsuch filled the seat that Garland wanted.
AP News Radio
DC's cherry blossoms coming early due to confusing weather
"Washington D.C.'s cherry blossoms are expected to bloom early this year. The trees are apparently confused about the changing climates due to the warmer than average temperatures, the trees never reached their winter dormancy, which is the starting point for calculating when the blooms will emerge. Jeff reinbold with the National Park Service as the 3700 cherry blossom trees in the city are expected to reach peak bloom earlier than expected between March 22nd and 25th, the city has experienced dramatic temperature swings. It hit 81° one day last week, two days later, its snowed. Our natural resource manager, like in the trees this year, our indicator tree to a teenager. There's a lot going on there right now. Washington's cherry blossoms date back to 1912, a gift from the mayor of Tokyo, Ed Donahue, Washington.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Congressman Greg Steube Talks About His Recent Fall
"Let's bring this up because I mean, one of the things that I'm going to get a lot of folks and I've got calls when I first happened, your accident and everything. I saw some great stuff here online recently about the gentleman who stopped and helped you. As much as you want to. Share a little bit with the podcast listeners who may have heard about it, but they're still hadn't heard a whole lot completed. What was actually happening, how did this guy and especially this tale of people helping people, I think, you know, look, we all have access. We all follow. We do, but that idea that somebody would come along and help is just pretty amazing. Yeah, and you really have to back up. I mean, if you're not a believer in God, you will be after hearing the story. And if you are a person of faith, it'll completely renew your faith. So the gentleman's name is woody that it's Daryl woody. I just call him woody. His friends call him woody. Who was the Amazon driver, but a week before this occurred, the Holy Spirit woke him up in the middle of the night like two 30 in the morning and told him to fast. So fast forward a week, he's standing in front of my gate. He hadn't eaten in 8 days and had only had water, and that's why I think he could spiritually assess and deal with all the things that he dealt with in a very quick manner. He was at the exact moment in time that the lord put him. If he would have been 5 seconds earlier, I'd have seen him out of wave. He'd have gone about his day. If he'd have been 5 seconds later, I'd have been on the ground and where we have 5 acres from where the gate is to where I was. He wouldn't have seen me because there's a berm in the way and I'd have been laying on the ground. So if he wasn't there, that exact moment. So I was, we're still dealing with the aftermath of Ian down here in Southwest Florida. We were going to have a church. Gathering at our House on that Saturday. And so I was up trim and trees, and I was on an extension ladder, easily 25 feet up because there were 6 by 6 20 foot 6 by 6s right next to when I was well above that. And woody, I'm trimming trees with a large chainsaw. Woody pulls up. Is there at the exact moment, sees someone trimming with a chainsaw, didn't know it was me at the time. And then as he's walking back to the truck, here's the branch snap, turns around, and at that moment, he sees the limb come down, hit the extension lottery jacks me up. So I didn't just get knocked down. I went up into the air. Wow. And he said it that moment, I looked at him while I was midair and we locked eyes from the gate to where I was falling. And fell 25 to 30 feet down straight down to the ground.
Your Daily Prayer
A Prayer for Witnessing
"Am called instead to witness about Jesus. His love is all encompassing. Durable and never fails. As we enjoy the light of his presence, let's make room for others to enjoy him too. Going to all the world and preach the gospel to all creation Jesus once told his disciples. That was a command, not a suggestion. Let's pray. God, my father my Sega and Heidi spirit with me. You are the tree light is the Bible proclaims. Outside glad to know you, and it is a privilege to be given the task of making you known to others. Refresh me today is a thank you for the cross and resurrection, and for the gift of yourself which saves me. Your light thrills me, and I loved it to our witty. An I awake, and when I am asleep and I am busy and when I'm quiet, when I with others and when I'm Elaine, the world is hurting as you know dear lord. Forgive me for being distracted by things that aren't so important. I say to myself this day, take any opportunity to reach others with Christ's love. I commit myself again right now to witness about you. The true light. I'm in.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh and Debbie Review Netflix Documentary 'My Octopus Teacher'
"Debbie and I are talking about a documentary film we just watched together with family. It's called My Octopus Teacher and I was saying at the end of the last segment, what's really remarkable about this film, it's about a man's relationship. I mean, we wrote about people having a relationship with a cat or with a dog, a domestic animal, an octopus is a tiny mollusk. It's basically a little ball of substance with these tentacles and suckers. It's got, I don't know, a hundred or more suckers. And about 2000, I think. But 2000. And it floats in the water and it has its own sort of ecosystem in life. And yet this guy and this is what makes this film I think kind of amazing and like your take on it is he doesn't just go on to the water and go, okay there's a bunch of different trees here and a bunch of different animals and it's so spectacularly beautiful. He decides to form a relationship with one particular animal and it turns out to be an octopus. The octopus, yeah, so when he first saw it, he, it really, one of the things I think that he was surprised at was the fact that the octopus kind of looked at him. Check him out. Check him out. You know, like, who are you? And he was like, I was trying to build trust. And I'm like thinking, you're trying to build trust with an octopus. I mean, you know, but he basically equated the intelligence of the octopus, like a domestic cat or dog. And he said that the, in fact, a couple of times he dropped the camera, or he dropped something and he startled the octopus and he was like, oh, I blew it. I can't believe I did that. Because the octopus was recently reaching out to him like he was gonna touch him and then it scared him and he'd be like whisked off and they create this plume behind them, which is actually a kind of a defense mechanism to blind the predator, but anyway, so he just kept going every day every single day. And the other thing that I was surprised to hear was that an octopus life span is only one year.
AP News Radio
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:40 p.m. EST
"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree. We start in college basketball where there were four top 25 matchups throughout the country Tuesday in Manhattan, Kansas, Kansas state, dropped 9th ranked Baylor as chianti Johnson scored a game high 25 points for the wildcats in a 75 65 win. Elsewhere 8th ranked Texas roughed up Iowa state 72 54, wade Taylor the fourth scored 25 points as 25th ranked Texas a and M upset 11th ranked Tennessee 68, 63. Tenth ranked marquette got by 19th ranked creighton 73 71, Villanova took down 16th ranked Xavier 64 63 and in their first home game since an on campus mass shooting 8 days prior, Michigan state knocked off 17th ranked Indiana 80 to 65. On the ice Carolina got by St. Louis four one, a golden to assist from Andres fetch and the red wings dropped the capitals three one pairs suitor scored twice for Detroit. And in the NBA, the Atlanta Hawks fired head coach Nate McMillan Tuesday, less than two years after he got to the team to the Eastern Conference Finals. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.
AP News Radio
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 10:33 p.m. EST
"AP sport time Josh Brown tree. We started college basketball where there were four top 25 matchups throughout the country Tuesday. In Manhattan, Kansas K state dropped 9th ranked Baylor more from correspondent Greg eklund. First year head coach Jerome Tang and assistant coach at Baylor for 19 years, savored Kansas state's 75 65 win over the bears. It's not the who we played or winning that, but the environment tonight and just to turn out the crowd, the energy, I mean, every coach's dream K state trailed by three at halftime but came out firing in the second half behind chianti Johnson, who scored a game high 25 points, 16 of the second half. While Kant's point guard marquise Noel chipped in with 1410 from the free throw line, but he also had ten assists and no turnovers. Elsewhere 8th ranked Texas roughed up Iowa state 72 54, wade Taylor the fourth scored 25 points as 25th ranked Texas a and M, dropped 11th ranked Tennessee 68, 63, tenth ranked marquette got by 19th ranked creighton 73 71, and in their first home game since an on campus mass shooting 8 days prior, Michigan state knocked off 17th ranked Indiana 80 to 65. On the ice Carolina took down St. Louis Tuesday, four to one, a goal in two assists from Andrei svechnikov. There's been a while for me, like I said, and whatever is called a score and gives you a little bit conference and you just tried to boss out there and knowing the creative and more chances. That's what I was doing today. The red wings dropped the capitals three one as suitor scored twice for Detroit. Well, I mean, every point mathers ever get matters and you think it's just also building something how we play how we win games and just trying to continue that. And in the NBA, the Atlanta Hawks fired head coach Nate McMillan on Tuesday, less than two years after he guided the team to the Eastern Conference Finals. I'm Josh rowntree, AP sports.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
'First Blood': The First 80's Action Movie
"I think I'm going to have to do this now and again there are moments when I have to just geek out. So it's a perfect place to do it. We've noticed him falling out of the tree. He manages to suture himself up. How does he manage to suture himself up because of this costar of the movie, which is his knife? Soon, we'll see the scene of him with teasel. This is an iconic image of the whole movie after he's downed all the other members of teasers team. He just comes out of nowhere out of the dark, puts this massive knife up against his neck and he says, don't push it, right? Leave it, drop it. What is that knife? Well, when I was a kid, I wanted that knife badly. It was designed by this man, Jimmy lyell. That's the knife. That's sly with Jimmy. A legend and utter legend in the industry. I bought cheap Chinese knock offs when I was 14 years old, and then eventually when I got to a certain age, I afforded myself a real one. And here it is. I brought it into the studio. We're going to geek out. This is one of the knives made by Jimmy lyell exactly the same as the one that sly used in the movie. They took the classic U.S. Air Force survival knife, doubled the size, hollowed out the handle. You've got the compass that you see him using the movie. You've got the sutures. You've got the needle and thread, the fishing line. So the only difference between boys and men are the price of their toys, Chris. It's such a cool prop. So that was an actual produced product before the film. No, no, no, no, no. No, no, no. No, no, no. That was made. Sly went to the most famous knife custom knife maker and said, we need to come up with something that's iconic that he could have as his only weapon. That became the first blood knife and then Lyle made one for each of his movies, so
Elevation Church Podcast
Why Boundaries Are God's Idea With Lysa TerKeurst
"Even from creating the foundations of the world, God used boundaries in such healthy ways. I'm convinced right here from genesis one that boundaries are not just a good idea. They are actually God's idea. But now let's go over to genesis two because this is where I really found some something just completely fascinating. In genesis chapter two, starting in verse 15, it says this. The lord God took the man and put the man in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it. And the lord God commanded the man, you are free. From any tree in the garden, but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil for when you eat from it, you will certainly die. And I'm convinced at this point that the man did not write the one rule down because the very next verse it says in verse 18, the lord God said it is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him. And women have been making lists for men ever since, okay? I'm just reading scripture. Okay, so but here's the thing. I'm so completely fascinated. That have all the topics God could have chosen for this first recorded conversation with man. That God chose the topic of a boundary, think of how many things that the lord could have surely had to discuss with this man in this first recorded conversation. And yet, he chooses a topic of a boundary. Why? Well, if I look at the first three words that God says in this first recorded conversation, God says you are free. You say we serve a God of freedom. And in order for there to be real freedom, boundaries have to exist so that we know if we know where those boundary lines are, then we can run freely between them. And that's where real freedom exists. Can you imagine if Adam was in the garden? And he was tentative. He didn't know what was okay and what was not okay. Then it would always be kind of like this. Like, I wonder if can I eat from this tree? Can I go here? Can I do this? Can I do that? And you see that mystery was solved when got established, the boundary, and then Adam was truly free.
"trees" Discussed on The Slowdown
"Right now, I'm in Sonoma, California. On moon mountain, where friends have let me a place to stay on and off for the last 12 years. The view is breathtaking. I can see Sonoma mountain from here, an in between, there's a valley full of vineyards and trees. What strikes me the most is the trees, and understory are coming back after the terrible fires of October, 2017. Nearly 5 years later, there's so much green everywhere. After the nuns fire burned over 55 thousand acres. When those fires were raging, I was home in Kentucky, watching my hometown hills burn on the news. Of course, I was worried about people first. My beloved Friends. But it also hurt so much to think about the trees. The animals, the birds, Jack rabbits, deer, everything that was trying to find shelter. But now, here I am. Looking out at the land, trying hard to heal itself. And my Friends say, this year, even the birds seem to be coming back. Today's poem is about the sorrow of losing trees and animals, and how sometimes it takes a witnessing a loss in order to know how deeply we are connected to the earth. The trees are down, and by Charlotte mew. And he cried, with a loud voice. Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor the trees. Revelation. They are cutting down the great plain trees, at the end of the gardens. For days there has been the great of the saw, the swish of the branches, as they fall. The crash of the trunks, the Russell of trodden leaves. With the whoops and the woes, the loud common talk, the loud, common laughs of the men, above it all. I remember one evening of a long past spring, turning in at a gate, getting out of a cart. And finding a large dead rat in the mud of the drive. I remember thinking alive or dead, a rat was a God forsaken thing. But at least in May, that even a rat should be alive. The weeks work here is as good as done. There is just one bow on the roped bowl. In the fine gray ring, green and high, and lonely, against the sky. Down now. And but for that, if an old dead rat did once for a moment, unmake the spring, I might never have thought of him again. It is not, for a moment the spring is unmade today. These were great trees. It was in them from root to stem. When the men, with the whoops and the woes, have carted the whole of the whispering, loveliness away. Half the spring for me. We'll have gone with them. It is going now. And my heart has been struck with the hearts of the plains. Half my life, it has beat with these, in the sun, in the rains, in the march wind, the May breeze. In the great gales that came over to them across the roofs from the great seas. There was only a quiet rain, when they were dying. They must have heard, the sparrows flying. And a small creeping creatures in the earth, where they were lying. But I, all day, I heard an.
"trees" Discussed on Short Wave
"Up in the tree Canopy. We have a tree lined neighborhood, and I walked campus through the trees, and I, as I go, I kind of have my chin tilted up, and I'm mentally flying through the Canopy.
"trees" Discussed on Planet Money
"About trees? Tell us how much these are gonna go for? Nobody knows. And then it's too late. Neil and his auction truck pulls up. I make eye contact with Neil. But don't bit yet. Okay, we're $50. Are you in? Are you in there? Nick finally bids, but he's quickly outmatched. He's doing 52. Nick bits $55 a tree, and then I can not believe I'm seeing it. He bids against himself. You guessed what Pascal you bought him. Hell yeah. What's the number guys? Ten 99. Ten 99. The largest food media group in the country. Immediately, people start giving us a hard time about the price we paid. But you know what? We don't care. We got trees. We start throwing them in the bed of my pickup. All we have to do now is bring them back to Brooklyn and sell these 19 trees for a profit. When our show continues after, wait, what? One second, I gotta Nick. The truck is full. Wow, you've only put in half the trees. Yeah. We have 7 trees. We can't fit into Nick's tiny tree. Nick ever the hustler approaches a bunch of guys next to us. No, you're not gonna try. And goes into sales mode. I bought them for 55. I mean, which is 55? How about 50 bucks? It's worth it to me. Okay, come on. Wait, did we just put money already lost 7 times 5, $35? Okay, dick, and now are we ready? You just gotta tie them.
"trees" Discussed on SciShow Tangents
"What is the world's smallest full grown tree species. Well it's exactly thirteen feet. Tall is what. I learned some kind of bonds. Oh yeah bonsai. Trees are definitely true because of how that's right there in the word and you look at it and say that's a tree. This question is actually deceptively very tricky. Because unlike saying like the blue whale is the biggest species smallest full grown tree species makes me want to ask a lot of questions naturally full grown. I feel like that's what the question is getting at and banzai. Aren't naturally that big like they're not selectively bred to be small they're just a big tree species that is pruned and shapes and like carefully manipulated into art which is a miniature tree so technically yes if you count that as a full grown tree in that it looks like a mature tree and could probably propagate more through cuttings. Were through something else. But that has a lot of human influence without human influence and just natural influence there are things called pygmy forests and there are some in california and then there are some in the philippines. They're all over the world and it's where the soil is poor enough so usually this means really low water retention and really acidic the. It's just a horrible place to live. And so trees grow really slowly and are essentially stunted and their growth and you have under these pygmy variations of the same trees that are only five six feet tall and people can walk through and and be above the tree line because the soil is so poor that they're struggling to grow and those are naturally those are grown to the best of their capacity but if they were somewhere else they would be big right. Yeah but if they're somewhere else there'd be big now if you think of a tree living where it can and then growing to its maximum height. Some people think that the dwarf willow salix. Herb asia is the smallest astray in the world because it can grow one to six centimeters in height and so that's like very very short definitely below the thirteen feet definition but other lookout. How is it a tree. That's the thing people were like. It's a woody like has sometimes has a singular stem men's they're like that's basically a trunk but then other people are just like that is a wash. It's a shrub. Pitches a woody shrub. And there's no way i'm accepting that as a tree. This dwarf willow is part of a genus of plants caulton salix which as a group have both shrubs like sprawling branching woody shrubs and willow trees the characteristic by a pond trump goes up long strands. Come down and so there are some people who are like. This is more like a tree than a shroud and then there are other people like no obviously fits in the shrub category. So it's either a tree or shrub because it is a willow and be like but it only has one trunk. So i guess it's a tree chubs early money money in the water this whole situation but the plants are confusing. I feel like trump is when there are multiple branches instead of a single trunk like close to the ground or out of the ground there are potentially lots of little branches. I just wanted to give a shout out to the word shrub which is great. This is really good but yeah so. This is a really long sprawling answer to say. I don't really know there are other trees that are between like four to six feet tall so a japanese maples can grow naturally about that big before they just level off and there are a couple other tree species like that that fully grown. They just sort of level off at six feet. Don't know why they're happy there. Yeah that's what i did. You wanna ask your question to the science couch. You can follow us on twitter at sideshow tangents where we tweet out. Topics for upcoming episodes of at paul plays games too at pretty empty and everybody else who tweeted as your questions. This episode final scores. I'm tied with san with zero and stephan tied for the lean with one samba. Which means that. Sarah is still in the lead and now sam year in third. I am in last. I kind of needed.
Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"trees" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"I just had a major breakthrough moment the other day about this rough patch that i've been going through and i shared with you guys a few weeks ago that i've been going through a rough spot and at the time i couldn't pinpoint what was happening Because i was too close to it. But i knew like my energy was down. I wasn't following through on things. But you know when you're in it you're in it and you can't always see the pieces clearly because you're just in it and you know that saying you can't see the forest for the trees. I didn't understand what that meant for a long time. And it's only been in the last few years that i've come to understand what it really means and it makes sense to me and this is exactly what i just went through so when you're in the middle of your life in the minutia the day-to-day stuff you're in survival mode. Like jumping from one minute to the next trying to keep it all together. The kids in schools in pick ups and drop offs and working spouses and houses. And i mean it's a lot right. You're just trying to keep it all together. That's the trees you're in the trees and when you take a breath and look up all you can see. Are the trees all you can see over the next five things you have to do. And the last five things. You didn't get done right like that's the trees but if you could jump in a helicopter and fly up above the trees and look down you see the whole forest when you have that thirty thousand foot view the past becomes more and yes. I know helicopters. Don't go thirty thousand feet airplanes thirty thousand feet. But you know what i'm saying. You can look down on the whole forest in easily. See the path. You can see where to go where to turn left go straight turn right because you're looking down on the whole picture. That whole picture is your life but when you're in the trees yet can't see the path because you look up and see nothing but trees you can't see the forest for the trees. That's how i describe the value coaching too. By the way you hire a coach or mentor because they have the thirty thousand foot view and then they can see all the moves where all you can see are the trees. You need the person that isn't so close to it to see accurately what moves need to be made.
Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"trees" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"I bet it provided the most gorgeous shade it was pretty is tree on the block and now it's gone for the sake of growing grass. I know it's cultural thing. In then we get an numbered with his perfect lawn when in fact that perfect lawn is a desert. Right i was. I was actually talking with simon montgomery the other day and she was talking about hummingbirds humming birds. You know we think of them as feeding in hummingbird nectar actually their main food source or bugs at live in in the soil and if you grow grass and then apply pesticides. Those bugs are gone and so gone are also are the hummingbirds so i think it's just lack of education right and lack of education and then just being removed from the environment and living our lives in cities and towns and not ever really going or in apartments not having the opportunity maybe to go out into the forest but it's absolutely essential to go be with these trees. You sit against the tree and just be with a and then you'll start to love that like you loved your beech tree and probably the people who bought. the host. Didn't take the time to do that but you we need. We all need to do that. An only when our hearts are melted with the hartwit of those trees. Will we actually start to love them and care for them. And that's why you know essentially all reconnect with nature so it sounds as though you just answered the question from our viewer. How far is stewardship being parade. You're saying learn two of the trees and you know to to know your local forest rate. Like i think one of the mistakes that we made when may colonized is. We didn't learn anything about the forest. We we took the european practices of what was developed that worked in europe for those force. And we said okay. We're going to do that. In north america without actually learning about the worse and in fact it's gotten worse and worse that we know less and less butter forces..
Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"trees" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"Here nutri there. That sounds very unlike what's happening now. Absolutely so it was. What they we call selective logging and my grandpa grant henry. You know they would go up. It was way up in the mountains. Would they take the horses and he built everything by hand by the way he these flames. That went down to the lake. The horses were huge. Two thousand pound verses that dragged these logs to the flames sent them down into the dentist maple lake and they were you know boomed and then sent down the river. We call the chuck's but yes going back to my grandpa. would they would go up to the forest every day and he would say okay. We're gonna cut down this tree and there'd be like you know the whole crew take tours. Maybe sometimes today's cut down a tree. They were big trees but it was only like one or two trees may be in a hectare of forest or or an acre. And a win. You looked at it as a pilot. You couldn't really tell that there'd been any logging. Whereas when i started in forestry i got a job with this company and they were clear cutting rates so clearcutting from one end of valley to another and for me. It was absolutely shocking. That might now. My new profession and i was witnessed to this kind of logging. That same word i was going to use. It must have been shocking to you to see that approach but from an early age. I gather you've had his assets nation with roots and fungi and what lies beneath the forest. Now how did that come about in the family. Lore i'm a i was a famous dirt eater from the beginning. In fact the first picture of me it's in the sandbox with my most full of dirt and worms and so it came to me naturally. And so i was. I had this habit of eating dirt even well into my childhood which. I also sucked my thumb so i had the two things going on dirt eating in sucking my thumb until i was twelve by the way it was quite a shy kid but i've found solace in the woods in in the in the soil and and then one day there was this very event. Where are our beagle dog. Got trapped in he fell in the host near the loggers host boat that we were staying on this summer. And you know my whole family had to go in and dig jigs out of the outhouse and i just became so fascinated with the mushrooms and the roots soil. And i just thought this is. This is me. Say the out house. Yes and who are jake's. His on tuesday curious dog and he was always getting in trouble and this was like it was i mean..
The Diane Rehm Show
"trees" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show
"It. It was way up in the mountains. Would they take the horses. And he built everything by hand. By the way he goat these fluids it went down to the lake. The horses were huge. Two thousand pound verses that dragged these logs sent them down into into maple lake and then they were you know boomed and then sent down the river. What we call the chuck's but yes going back to the so by grandpa would they would go up to the forest every day and he would say okay. We're going to cut down the tree and there'd be like you know the whole crew take tours. Maybe sometimes two days cut down a tree They were big trees. But you know so it was only like one or two trees. Maybe a hectare of forest or an acre and and so when you looked at it as a pilot you couldn't really tell that there'd been any logging whereas when i started in forestry i got a job with this force company and they were clear cutting rates from one end of a valley to another and for me. It was absolutely shocking that this was my now my new profession and i was witnessed to this kind of logging. Same word i was going to use. It must have been shocking to you to see that approach but from an early age. I gather you've had his fascination with roots and fungi and what lies beneath are now. How did that come about in the family. Lore i'm a i was a famous dirt eater from the beginning. In fact the first picture of me it's in the sandbox with my most full of dirt and worms and so it came to me naturally. And so i had this habit of eating dirt even well into my childhood which i also sucked my thumb so the two things going on dirt eating sucking my thumb till i was twelve by the way it was quite a shy kid but i've found solace in the woods in in the in the soil and and then one day there was this very this event. Where are our beagle dog. Gut trapped in. He fell in the out hosts near the loggers host bowed that we were staying on this summer. And you know my whole family had to go in and dig the the outhouse that i just became so fascinated with the mushrooms in the roots in the soil and i thought this is. This is me. Say he outhouse yes and jinx his only in a hundred curious dog and he was always getting in trouble and this was like it was. I mean none of us were kind of surprised but we all rushed up to you. Know the the digging the axes in the digging other this deep deep out hosts hole and he was banging away but eventually rescued him so you really became fascinated with everything that you realized was down..
Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"trees" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"Tree farts stumped the internet the podcast if you're in the midst of a deep scientifically important conversation.
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Know climbing a tree with your kids and safety. I of course And with the kids as well so one of my favorite images is that of forest. And jenny and forrest. Gump form you know. Simply they're simply sitting on a tree something about that. Be just like peas and carrots again and so keep it simple And we know anxiety and addiction is on the rise. We're not negating any of the reality is going on in the world by sitting in a tree or just you know discussing nature it's this is again a great hallway to stay grounded. Stay calm in the midst of this quarantine and always nature nature nature reconnect reset your brain and you can You can They they have proven to at the This affects the perez pathetic nerve in. And you know you can really Game Not just knowledge intellectually but your body picks up on this knowledge intellectually physically spiritually emotionally. It's real and again you can change and enhance Yourself across the board and of course we go out from there and that energy moves outward and upwards to share that energy that love quite simply so carry the forest within you and you are always home He s remember. Mem- remember that that's a good thing to for your mind to go to instead of dwelling on negatively or he said she said nonsense and If someone's attacking you remember put up the blockade go to nature go away down engage and there is certain things and people that they say things. They're not acceptable. And we don't allow them and we teach the kids as well. And so this is a great way to barricade when go to nature and you know parakeet protect ourselves and so put that up and visually and otherwise right and so the body picks up you know the energy from the trees and it helps boost your immunity and it helps actually helps you sleep well too so aside from being simply beautiful you know..
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Lot of pain going on and so A lot of people are at a loss as to how to find peace people searching for peace and so this is again a simple resource and it's free a brings many many rewards across the board for all all walks of life and you can even think of how the trees clinton the environment During photosynthesis the the trees take away the unwanted carbon dioxide and think about that and how in return they supply the oxygen. That's needed for breathing. Hello so not only. Is this great for stress. Obviously you know you know. It's good for the immune system and and that cortisol reduction on and paris empathetic stimulation there. They work synergistically. If you will to bolster the immune system so go to that place. Take the trip You know in symbolically and otherwise take the trip online you know. Go look at trees and gain That that energy so even again breathing in that energy symbolically is good for your System and the science of forest medicine encourages breathing in the woodsy air because the trees in the plan seem it the fight insides and they They're volatile gases that ward off rot an attack from bacteria fungi and insects. So more than five thousand of these compounds are recognized in common ones From oak cedar locust and pine have been used in traditional folk medicine. So there's so many reasons to get connected to nature you know. I mean we think of the the very science obey all let alone. Let's not forget that childlike wonder. I always talk about that. Because it's key. The childlike wonder and that innocence purity The wholesomeness of of keeping that child within you know cherishing the child within our very souls and embracing the child within and the and we're better parents for doing that as well and to remember things like skipping stones and You know perhaps cheer those memories with the kids skipping stones near the big oak tree or you know Again you know family members if you know if you can't physically get out now To keeping stones ally. No go listen to the song. What is this song elton john. John crocodile rock. That's a happy so play. Some happy music. Remember the childlike wonder. And i think the lyrics are i remember. I remember skipping stones. And i'll get the lyrics and put them on the on the blog there so lots lots of fun and happy elton john song so we stay connected to nature and know what about climbing a tree..
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Nature is imagination. It's south i would say that's part of the creative process here. The imagination is is a huge part of it to stay in the solution. Remember the infinite possibilities of life and so The japanese have long practiced sharon yoku taking in the forest atmosphere or forest bathing to alleviate stress aggression fatigue and feelings of depression. So it's kinda cool to know. Sharon means forest and yoko means baffin. It's an evidence based therapeutic practice that connects people to forest environments who chantel sensory based invitations. I love that it's a gentle world. We live in and to me. That's a great perspective to in nature. It's a gentile world nature. Which is why i love it so much. And and there's great strength. Obviously the juxtaposition in the great paradox. Is that through that gentility. Indeed we are made strong and look at the the tenderness and gentleness of victory and the power and so There's even forest bathing music that you can play. I was go back to the music too. because again that's energy and frequency and and nature is all about that as well we tapped into the ci the life force in the quantum field and the solution the creative energy the frequency in this life. Pull that up. We can pull that up up. And as i say not not allow naysayers to try to bring that energy down on a low low frequency level so you can breathe that in and so again with the forest bathing you can play this music and or perhaps play classical is good To take the trip as they say different ways. Find your own creative to hit those notes if you will so there's This is just again great for the kids to the whole family. And a great thing you can do here in quarantine indoors and so again. I know there's a lot of hostile and suffering You know Hostile people and people causing great suffering in the world and so in a.
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Have at a slight smile. 'cause from this place of calm we think clearly and that's always important. Think about that when you're driving. Think the importance of going to this place of calm. Whatever it is you're doing think of being a parent. Is there anything more important. You want to be calm and so important to go to this place and so again. This is living in the solution and so again. I'm not a scientist. But i do. Experience great peace amidst these trees and even to look at them it. It brings this joy. This piece this calm on especially for those of us here in this place of going okay. I'm grounded in this ever present moment and so when we know how important it is to be in touch with nature and i know a lot of my listeners to are also vegan and so think of the trees and what they provide us here as well for the food the the fruits and veggies and so very very cool to embrace this and You know these are in and to go to this place of again. What brings us in terms of not. Just you know the the peace of mind. But what how it nurtures us and so I like to Even have pictures of paintings and pictures that my child counted and pictures of trees that she made coal or a surround myself with her artwork because they bring me great joy and she's got plenty of paintings of trees and at my home and They're just among my most precious belongings actually and so Perhaps you might decide to paint a tree or a forest yourself. Go for it. I think over and so This brings again great. Great inner solace inner peace and so again that life. Enhancing supernatural place. we go to That's organic and real in quarantine in always and and you don't have to consider yourself again a painter You know. Just get creative as i always say and and it's nobody's business but your own if you decide to take a painting at any age and go be creative and let the naysayers step aside and keep busy doing what we do being creative and there'll be plenty of people to come around and try to squelch that or You know whatever it is. It's it's not our business what they think and They'll go away. And so boundaries we must put up our boundaries and stay in the solution and there's great since actually even of of romance and and fire That one can tap into With been creative and artistic and free even go online to the to the left bank in paris and steady. the french painters. Isn't that fun to go to that place and look at the different tree. He's great. i love something about that. The french artists to and we'll all of them all over the world. Beautiful are beautiful trees from all over the world and So so important and again Something very romantic about it. In in a gorgeous way of You know owning that life force that she and the romance of life and the fire of life and just very very cool and very beautiful and you can lose yourself in the best of ways in this art. I do you know how the time goes by and you realize well. I'm in this creative zone. And it's just being a where replenished as we breathe in this life or as as we appreciate income from gratitude and and something that starts as simply as really appreciating tree So very important and we remind one another of that and Go to the place where the art is where the creators are with the life. Changes are the artists. And then those that are doing gosh knows..
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"There very cool and again it's the frequency energy and we When we're tapped into that it's again you feel it it's organic and it's that sense of being In touch with the love the higher quantum and your frequency is raised up and they have proven this again scientifically too. what might again seem To some Tried to those that are in the know They know the power of something that seems as simple as a tree And something that seems as simple as water life in other words life and so again a great for what else and back into the solution and so we just you know just kind of take a moment and find your own regular rhythm and find your own way to maybe look at the rain forest a- something about a rainforest that is so cool It's awesome and and so all include some links Here on the podcast as well as the youtube channel as well and links to the rainforest great songs to That that Bring this to mind and different apps that they've got to And and so check out all again all the many the myriad of There's a lot of resources out there to and and to go to With regard to something again as simple as a tree ban so You know simply stare at the tree and stare at a rose tree can stare at the rose stare at the lease go to that place focus in and let things go let the past go have no fear for the future standing this moment where your breath is stand in this now the very now again go to the breath again. Let's take a deep breath and rise up away from all taxes city negatively. And you can do this with the trees and so and to add to this cool element You might try doing the tree meditation which you can find that on a previous podcast. I put out there a tree meditation. Which is again you stand with the trees like the tree. And that's kind of a cool thing to do to tree meditation and also there's a thing i do in yoga too Which i invite you to do with me as well. You can try it now if you like. It's the tree pose and that is if you want to ease into something like that. Maybe even begin with your arms up above your head and into prayer position and you can keep them up there or bring them down and now lift just simply one leg And keep that there and that's the tree pose and you can put the The bottom of your feet you know just to your inner thigh and then that is your tree pose and just meditate perhaps on the tree something beautiful the rose and stay in that and then switch lakes. And that's your yoga tree pose. So i get all about going to balance to finding the balance and staying in the solution breathing in And right here right now so we didn't again keeping it simple.
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"To in the trees man so again it puts you out of self here in quarantine and into a place of beauty of love of life for us which is builds upon itself in terms of nature and loving and simplicity and going back to basics. And so next time you go by tree perhaps look look really study. Not just the tree the leaves or the lack of the trees and you know or look for the little birdies and the trees and the birds nest and all that takes place that we can lose our senses and listen for that too or listen to the rustle of the leaves on the trees and or what. What kind of a tree is that. What is what is blooming. What is blossoming there. And so i do love to watch the birds as they fly back and forth again from the patio and then they they zip back to the trees and they're in their own who regular rhythm we can learn so much from nature from the trees and the birds and their own rhythm its organic and so wholesome and life-enhancing and and so we learn much again from this nature and so To mention you know. The trees have great mental health benefits as well and the experts believed that you know by staring at trees. people can gain Just as a beautiful experience in a very wholesome healing experience and so i've incorporated actually into a. I'd do different kinds of meditations. And i was like to keep it real simple but then at times. I like to have a little farmer's market which i'm very lucky to have right across the street from where i live so i i just got some roses there and i'd like to get roses and different kinds in different colors and different Some of them are little baby ones. Are there large. And then to just simply steady arose steadier rose and again steadier tree and puts you i. It's great for the focus again here in quarantine and great for the breath. Play if you will and so You know perhaps if you are experiencing great stress and i know so many are in the anxiety. The depression there is relief when you do spend time amidst trees and if flame can't go outside due to the weather and the quarantine perhaps find this beautiful forest online or beautiful. You know maybe a beautiful park or beautiful paintings something That you can behold brings you into the solution of nature and and so many different kinds again of of trees and what they represent and we can continuously Enhance ourselves and and A by educating ourselves to and there's always something more to learn or even maybe go to a little post also some great poems on trees and Some great songs and recently mentioned to that. I was on my way walking into the hollywood bowl up. Prepaid quarantine with my daughter just before the quarantine to see beautiful concert there outdoors and as we were walking in. I was saying to my daughter. Let's make this beautiful memory and we were walking through these beautiful trees and This gentleman was started walking side by side with me and he quoted a moody blue song. It was that energy thing we were on the same frequency in that quantum field. That she that life or isn't he and i just back and forth started quoting the lyrics to the moody blues song Which are the trees are drawing me near. I've got to find out why we went on from.
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Many of you find a cozy little corner somewhere and you just get your coziness on and listen to these podcasts. And i love hearing to feel free to share your stories to on the Youtube as well as on the block page. I'll leave places to shop comments. That such as that and i love hearing that. So get your cozy on and if you can maybe go whether it's now after the podcast to a place online and maybe look at the pretty trees look at the different kinds all over the world or if you can or you can't get out look outside the window. And what kind of trees are there is kind of fun too. I just shared with my daughter. And all cool fleetwood mac song and i'll put that on the blog as well. It's an old album called in. Its but it's a. It's just a timeless called bare trees. Beautiful music and So fleetwood mac bare trees kind of go to the music to about the trees so many great songs the falling leaves and so many great artists have covered that. I'll put a few of them out there on the blog too. I think just yeah just all about even the cool fund. Ones tony bennett. We send a good energy for tony bennett. Don't we love him in the. What is it called out of the tree of life. I take out of the tree of life. I picked me a plum how cool. How much fun are those lyrics. So don't forget. The silliness factor. Let's not take ourselves too seriously and remember you can study a treat to look at a tree to in terms of the strength and Just what what. A tree stands for literally on how it can shade us and the trees are sacred. And let's go to that place under a tree. I needed something sacred about sitting under a tree and reading a book in the springtime where even in winter cozy in my daughter said she was studying under the obviously. Make sure it's safe and you're safe and cozy and on some weird forest or place know where you've been traipsing through. Say go to safety first and bundle up if the weather is accordingly and You find where. We removed organically. But i have always loved that and raised my daughter sometimes to sit in the park with the nice book under the shade of a tree and so And that called to mind to another great song. And i could go on with the music. And i will but yes. I'll carry on now to the podcast. And so you know something about the think..
Maureen From Quarantine
"trees" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Don't we love nature and trees and it's such a great Resource for us now in quarantine and an always nature and trees and simplicity. And let's breathe that in now that s and so beautiful nature and that life forest that she take a deep breath in breathe and all the love that great energy and he can exhale any any taxes air. That feels Any kind of pure pain or inkster sorrow and just release it. Let it all go let it go let it go again. One day at a time every day and so good goto place where all about the solution here is nature. And let's let's go to nature and again if you can't get out here in quarantine of you can't be the weather and What have you A lot going on. And so i send out again as always one day at a time when moment at a time on breath at a time. Beautiful life force energy right here right now and So if you can't and maybe go online. I was recommend doing. It's a daily thing. Kind of cleansing will one day at a time to that solution and Took okay oh wait a minute. Did my head get going again to foreign the future or did go backwards or did somebody step in and try to you. Know rain on our parade. Or you know go to somewhere place of weird mo jo and and it's out there we don't deny that But again important to move forward and stay in the solution and so let's brief that again and you can even feel yourself up with the beautiful air in the energy in the life force in release so with that said these breath i call them breath exercises or breath..