36 Burst results for "Wounds"

Fresh "Wounds" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:38 min | 33 min ago

Fresh "Wounds" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"The top five the English bulldog Pomeranian, miniature snows, ER and The Maltese with Florida's news. I'm Kimba Tyler Marshall Building Collapse in Florida on Jack Callahan. Fox News. The facade and dozens of balconies have fallen away from the face of what appears to be a 12 story apartment building in Surfside, Florida More than 80 Fire Department units have responded to the scene at this time. There is no word on just how many people are inside the building at the time. Or if there's any deaths or injuries. There are reports of people being rescued from the building. But of course, we do not know yet how many people might still be trapped Foxes Ashley Strohmeyer Surfside is north of Miami Beach right on the water further up the coast. There's a massive manhunt underway in Volusia County, Florida, where the suspect was shot and wounded a Daytona Beach police officer last night over 500 officers that have responded into the area. This entire county is on lockdown until we track this coward down. Daytona Beach Police Chief Jack are a young says the officer was found lying.

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Crime Prevention Research Center John Lott Wishes Media Called out Biden on Gun Fallacies

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 8 hrs ago

Crime Prevention Research Center John Lott Wishes Media Called out Biden on Gun Fallacies

"Trying to And this is a dangerous thing. John Locke. To get into the mind of people like Joe Biden and try and understand this, we have open borders. So when people coming into this country Who are violent criminals. Violent criminals and many of them we don't even know who they are and so forth, and so on. So if the if the administration won't even control people from coming into the country, how are they going to control things from coming into the country? The border is open. That's number one. They appoint these judges who are soft on crime. They are soft on crime. That's number two. They never denounced Soros for funding in these critical cities and other places. These prosecutors who run on not prosecuting number three, they call this bail reform. It's not bail reform its get out of jail free for violent criminals since you pointed out Meanwhile, he talks about who needs 100 rounds. You know, there's a deer have a Kevlar vest. He says it twice. It's so stupid. 100 rounds. Who needs 100? I'll tell you If somebody breaks in your house, there's three people breaking into your house. So they all have semi automatic weapons. I think I'd want 100 rounds, wouldn't you? Sure. Well, you know, One of the ironies is most states banned you using an air 15 to go and hunt deer. And the reason is is because the caliber is sufficiently small that they're worried that you will wound and not kill the deer. I mean, I don't know. Maybe that's too esoteric to get into. But it's just I don't know. It's I wish we had a media that would call them out on these types that don't hold your breast. Your life will be very short for you. After his April talk The Washington Post. Glenn Kessler did a fact check on his statement. The only people that they talked to were all gun control people. They didn't even they didn't even Quote anybody from the other

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Nostradamus: Seer or Schemer?

Conspiracy Theories

01:34 min | 1 d ago

Nostradamus: Seer or Schemer?

"The summer of fifteen fifty nine king henry. The second of france was killed in a tragic accident. Perez was thrown into utter chaos. The king had met his fate during a jousting tournament. Nobles lance pierced his helmet leaving a festering wound. Ten analyzing days later. The king passed away whispers spread throughout the french court. Allegedly the king's death had been prophesied by a themed. Seer michel nostradamus. A few years earlier. He'd written quote. The young shall overcome the old on marshall field in single combat in a golden cage. His eyes will be put out to into one then to guy a cruel death. The evidence seemed undeniable even as the lavish funeral arrangements were made for henry. The name on everyone's lips was nostradamus but secretly someone in france had been buying up copies of nostra dome. Mrs updated book of prophecies once every copy was accounted for. They were piled together and burned. The person behind this covert campaign wasn't one of the sears enemies or competitors was nostradamus himself after successfully predicting king. Henry's death he decided. This edition of his prophecies had to be destroyed because the rest of them were shamefully wrong.

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Don’t Miss the Strawberry Moon – The Last Supermoon of 2021

Kottke Ride Home

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Don’t Miss the Strawberry Moon – The Last Supermoon of 2021

"The last super moon of the year is coming this week. So mark your calendars for thursday. The twenty four th through saturday. The twenty sixth. You want to catch a glimpse of the strawberry moon. The june full noon is traditionally called the strawberry moon in north america because in certain parts. June is win. Strawberries are in season. Which just feels like salt in the wound for my strawberry plant which started the season strong and his all ready fizzled out the strawberry new name. According the old farmer's almanac comes from the algonquin gb dakota and look at people's among others. But it's also been called games by other indigenous nations and cultures to mark different plants being in season at this time like the cherokee who call it green corn moon or the initial nabi who call it blue moon in honor of the flowers in bloom the creek all it egg-laying noon or hatching moon and hopping over the ocean to europe over there. The june moon was sometimes called the mead moon or the honey moon and given that june was once the traditional month for marriages thanks to the roman goddess of marriage juno old farmer's almanac and nasa both speculate that it could be an origin of the term honeymoon which entered usage around the fifteen hundreds in europe.

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St. Louis Shooting Kills 3 People, Leaves 4 Others Wounded

Seattle's Morning News

00:07 sec | 1 d ago

St. Louis Shooting Kills 3 People, Leaves 4 Others Wounded

"In ST Louis. Three people were killed, four others injured in a shooting outside a convenience store. No word on any

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Oakland Shooting Near Juneteenth Celebration Leaves 1 Dead, Several Hurt

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:15 sec | 3 d ago

Oakland Shooting Near Juneteenth Celebration Leaves 1 Dead, Several Hurt

"Person is dead. At least three others wounded after shots were fired at Oakland's Juneteenth celebration Saturday. Police confirm someone fired into a crowd of about 1000 people at the Lake Merritt event. No additional information was immediately available.

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Shark Bites Florida Man Swimming Near Fishing Line

Chris Plante

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

Shark Bites Florida Man Swimming Near Fishing Line

"A shark bit of Florida man who is swimming off Santa Rosa Beach. The man had visible wounds to the upper body and was taken to a local hospital, where he's expected to recover. The fire department says the shark was apparently heading for a fishing line and possibly mistook the man for

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How Are Noodles Made?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:04 min | 5 d ago

How Are Noodles Made?

"I lying issue bill for employers or an island burlington law and life question is power noodles. Made are want to show you how to make hand pull noodle fresh pasta. That's martin yan. He's a famous chef. Who grew up in china and now lives in san francisco when he's not traveling all over. The world giving cooking demonstrations and judging competitions he also hosts a show on public. television called. Yan can cook and among the many restaurants he owns is one called m. y. china in san francisco's chinatown. So that's where we went to get an answer to hugo's question. How are noodles made. Martin yan works with an executive chef named tony wu and one of chef. Tony wounds specialties. Is that. He can make noodles by hand without any machine. That are nearly as thin as your individual strands of hair. Okay not quite that thin. But very very thin strands of pasta. This is really difficult to do. And it takes both talent and years of practice. But here's how martin. Yan describes his noodle-pulling executive chef. This is a noodle machine human noodle machine. Human noodle machine is my show tony whoo. He has been making fresh pastor when he was a young kid in china and now his tool monster in less than two minutes he can turn one piece of dough into sixteen thousand strength noodles. That's how much he can do. So when you say he can turn one of dough into sixteen thousand noodles. You're not getting it really is sixteen thousand. Not only that. He doesn't brian food. You have never seen it before now. I know you can't actually see what's happening here. But martin is going to describe it for us while chef. Tony takes one lump of dough and turns it into sixteen thousand strands of noodles. Why does he do it blindfolded. Well actually i don't really know i think it's just for fun

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Nautical Names Quiz

Wow In the World

02:25 min | Last week

Nautical Names Quiz

"Were here in the game room with a game. We like to call names. There are all sorts of things in the sea with some pretty interesting names. So and i are going to say some names of things under the sea. And you have to guess whether it's an animal a plant or a geological feature and just to be clear a geological feature is a natural formation in the earth like an island or a trench. Okay let's get started. The first word is water wheel. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature that sounds like a geological feature to me. Maybe some kind of rock that spends a plant. In fact it's a carnivorous plant. A meat eating plant. Yep it grows in freshwater wetlands and feeds on small insects and fish. Wow okay well. Here's another one. The word is slime head. Is it an animal plant or a geological feature well. I've done enough swimming and lake. We wound to know that seaweed can be not slimy. So i'm going to guess that a slime head is a plan actually. It's a fish. They live in tropical parts of the atlantic pacific and indian oceans. They're also called red fish or rough because some people think slime fish is the most appealing name. Okay last one. The word is the seamount. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature. Oh i know this. One eats a geological feature. It's the name for an underwater mountain or an underwater volcano. That's not active anymore back iras. Well didn't your grandma. G force us to have vacation house on top of an underwater extinct volcano but it turned out that it wasn't extinct. Oh yeah so now. She needs a new place to spend her summer vacation and i told her she could bunk with you. And that's your prize for winning this. Round of nautical name

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Corrupt Government Hiding Their Flaws Behind 'Patriotism'; Contextualizing Capitol Police Medals

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last week

Corrupt Government Hiding Their Flaws Behind 'Patriotism'; Contextualizing Capitol Police Medals

"And corrupt governments always tried to hide their agenda or their flaws in the garb of patriotism. With the metal and I just wanted to bring up the massacre of wounded me where they handed out 21 congressional medals of honor with that slaughter to kind of hide what they did. And that's what they are doing right now for the police on January 6th good job. Good job. Nothing to see here. Why is it that these police are good police, But police everywhere else are bad Police. Can you explain that to me? I don't have the mental capability to to even try to go into that twilight zone. Yeah, I get I get it. So law enforcement stormtrooper section if they're defending a courthouse. That they should give medals of the defending the Capitol building. And I began the program by trying to give a historic perspective which the media will not give. Nobody else will give. To demonstrate that this was not an insurrection. You want to talk about violence shootings in the capital bombings in the capital. I'm not saying there wasn't violence associated with this, but it was nothing close to what we've seen in the past. And all that said. It's not an excuse. The problem is the exploitation by the left the exploitation by the attorney general, the United States and the exploitation by the media and their people today as we speak sitting in jails In solitary confinement. Those families are saying that they're being poorly fed and poorly treated. And we had terrorists in Guantanamo Bay, and we had hearings and concerns about how they were being treated and civil rights groups and advocacy groups. We have nothing. Nothing now going on. With these American citizens. It's disgusting.

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Episode 34: When Is It Time To Leave Your Bully Church? Pastor Al Descheneau Part Two - burst 01

The Wounds Of The Faithful

00:58 sec | Last week

Episode 34: When Is It Time To Leave Your Bully Church? Pastor Al Descheneau Part Two - burst 01

"Essentially what happened was i was in. I have this phrase that i keep using which is not in the bible some no and so the whenever someone would come to me and they'd come be with a brilliant idea that was against the bible. I would say no. That's not what the bible says. No and so. I pretty jumpings go. Forgive people when you're not supposed to come to worship service and church if you're having forgiven someone if you know someone's against you go deal with them and then you come to church again things like that and it people starting to a little bit rankled and so the there was a couple of women that started hate my guts because the people that were coming in the new people that were coming in that the things that were happening in the church they were losing control of what was happening in the church because now there were some new people that were coming to new ideas were forming. I the the the board getting excited about the future. And changing himself in so they started getting upset and so they launched a an attack against me accusing me of everything under the sun and

Police: 4 Dead, 4 Hurt in Shooting on Chicago's South Side

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Police: 4 Dead, 4 Hurt in Shooting on Chicago's South Side

"U. S. mayors asked president Joe Biden for help to curb growing gun violence in their cities it is getting worse Dayton Ohio mayor nan Whaley the new president of the U. S. conference of mayors twenty seven mayors have signed a letter to president Biden calling for federal help as mass killings another gun violence continue to climb Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot every day in America needlessly yes we do need Washington to wake up to this reality Tuesday's online conference came hours after four people were killed and four others wounded in a shooting at a home in Chicago several mass shootings over the weekend in several cities still concerns about a spike in gun violence heading into the summer I'm Tim McGuire

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Chicago Shooting Leaves 4 Dead, 4 Injured

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | Last week

Chicago Shooting Leaves 4 Dead, 4 Injured

"This country this morning, police say an argument broke out at a residents on Chicago's south side erupting in gunfire. The end result. Four people dead, four others wounded. It happened about quarter to six this morning. No arrests were immediately made for injured include a 25 year old man who was shot in the back of the head. Another man who was shot

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Cashier Killed, Deputy Wounded in Georgia Supermarket Mask Dispute

Red Eye Radio

00:28 sec | Last week

Cashier Killed, Deputy Wounded in Georgia Supermarket Mask Dispute

"Grocery store worker Ask the customer to mask up. It did not end well, a female cashier dead and a sheriff's deputy injured after a dispute about wearing a mask. It happened at Big Bear supermarket in Georgia's DeKalb County. Police say an argument broke out between the cashier and the man, a witness saying that man struck the woman with a gun and then shot her a part time deputy working security at the store, then reportedly engaging the suspect all taken to the hospital where the cashier died of her injuries.

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Arizona Audit of 2020 Election Hits Hand-Count Milestone

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Arizona Audit of 2020 Election Hits Hand-Count Milestone

"The audit of last year's presidential vote in Arizona's most populous county is nearly complete it was supposed to take two weeks but wound up taking nearly two months to recount two point one million presidential and Senate ballots cast in Maricopa county Arizona the liaison for the recount says all that's left are a small number of boxes filled with braille large type military and duplicated ballots every ballot now will be photographed to check for anything amiss Arizona's Republican led state Senate ordered the audit after former president trump supporters claimed without evidence fraud led to his twenty twenty defeat the Maricopa County Board of supervisors led by Republicans is insisting the election was fair and free of any problems hi Jackie Quinn

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Atlanta, Mike Ross And Victor Lee Tucker discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Atlanta, Mike Ross And Victor Lee Tucker discussed on AP News Radio

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a cashier in Atlanta suburb is fatally shot after an argument over face masks a female cashier in Atlanta area grocery store was fatally shot and three other people were wounded Monday in what authorities say was an argument over wearing face masks the cab county sheriff melody matic says the shooting occurred inside the Big Bear supermarket indicator according to the Georgia bureau of investigation thirty year old Victor Lee Tucker of palmetto Georgia got into an argument with the cashier left the store then re entered with a handgun and shot the woman a reserve deputy employed part time as a security guard exchanged fire with Tucker and both were wounded the deputy was wearing a bulletproof vest and was taken to a Medical Center where he was in stable condition Tucker was arrested as he tried to crawl out the front door hi

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Police Arrest 1 of 2 Suspects in Austin Mass Shooting That Wounded 14

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:29 sec | Last week

Police Arrest 1 of 2 Suspects in Austin Mass Shooting That Wounded 14

"And Saturday mornings Mass shooting in Austin that left 14 people wounded is under arrest. Second suspect remains at large. At least one of the suspects opened fire into a crowded bar area. Two of the 14 injured are in critical condition into, UM Austin Police chief Joseph Chicana on News Eights website says the incident appears to be a confrontation between two parties and was not a random act in that most of the victims were innocent bystanders, but we're still sorting out all of the victims to see what their involvement is in this case, Parent

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1 Dead, 8 Wounded in Savannah, Georgia, Shooting

Bloomberg Law

00:09 sec | Last week

1 Dead, 8 Wounded in Savannah, Georgia, Shooting

"One person is dead. At least eight wounded in a shooting in Savannah, Georgia. Among those wounded a 13 year old and a two year

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Defensins With DefenAge: The Benefits of Retinol Without the Side Effects

Art Beauty

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Defensins With DefenAge: The Benefits of Retinol Without the Side Effects

"Has come a long way. You know in the past twenty years. I feel like consumers are more educated about it. There's incredible new technologies behind it has a very unique ingredient. Shelly say defenses. Corrects of this is something Proprietary to death. Can you talk to about what defenses are yes again. That's what really piqued. My interest was the science behind. The branson defense is small. Messenger molecule. that's Released in our body when we have a wound by inflammatory system so it really starts the cascade of healing That you know when you get a cut You have a laser treatment sector. You're giving new fresh skin. That's how you he'll new fresh baby skin. Where does that come from so Defense is unnaturally naturally spire inflammatory system. And its job is to message your stem cells in your body that created all the lineages of your skin. in utera those stem cells go dormant. And they just sit in the hair. Follicle your whole life not doing anything. Until you have a wound they have Receptors basic traction just for defense. And so they're going to go their defense since you're gonna wake up those stem cells to migrate and make brand new basal stem cells which ultimately make new younger skin. So you know all the products that we've had to date in skin care. They're just pushing old skin to turnover And you know your skin assault. You are basically so definition where re tapping into those dormant cells to make brand new younger skin

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"wounds" Discussed on Consciousness and Leadership

Consciousness and Leadership

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"wounds" Discussed on Consciousness and Leadership

"That's where all of the details are on everything happening. Within new earth masculine leadership and the lions consciousness brotherhood. You can grab guidebooks become a participant jumped into the arena with the sovereign seventy seven challenge. This is four leaders who are ready to upgrade their sovereignty and are committed to the process in the journey of reclaiming their sovereignty so check it out. Sovereign seventy seven challenge. Free it's intense. Let's get it if you're feeling called to the initiation program. This is my private sacred container for masculine leaders. Ready to upgrade into their guardianship of the new earth taking all aspects of the earthly experience in connection to the heavens in the galaxy. Isn't that eon stepping from seeing your purpose is one thing into knowing that your purpose is this earthly experienced that you're in as well as getting all the beautiful things dialed up. And the practice of mastery of relationships of wealth creation of business of being that embodied and evolve new earth masculine leader that you know in your heart of hearts you are capable of intensive. This is immersive is all in brother. There's nothing like this out there on planet earth. I am proud and.

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"wounds" Discussed on SincerelyKatV

SincerelyKatV

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"wounds" Discussed on SincerelyKatV

"If <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Music> the answer is yes <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> then seek him. <Speech_Female> It's seek him <Speech_Female> wholeheartedly <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> in <Speech_Music_Female> promise <Speech_Female> the healing <Speech_Female> debt. <Speech_Female> He's going through. <Speech_Male> Expose <Speech_Female> the healing bat <Speech_Male> heat on <Speech_Male> that you're <Speech_Male> going to want <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> can happen <Speech_Female> but of course <Speech_Female> with <Speech_Female> everything you <Speech_Female> gotta roll up your sleeve <Speech_Female> in putting <Speech_Female> that work <Speech_Female> so <SpeakerChange> i would say <Speech_Music_Female> to you today <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> that <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> do you <Speech_Female> believe that you <Speech_Female> are operating under <Speech_Female> orphaned mindset <Speech_Music_Female> in if <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> write it down <Music> in your journal <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female>

"wounds" Discussed on SincerelyKatV

SincerelyKatV

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"wounds" Discussed on SincerelyKatV

"The answer is you <Speech_Music_Female> can <Speech_Music_Female> seek Him <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> wholeheartedly <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> and I promise <Speech_Music_Female> you <Speech_Female> the healing <Speech_Female> that he's <Speech_Female> going to <Speech_Male> expose <Speech_Female> the healing but <Speech_Male> he that <Speech_Male> you're <Speech_Male> going to want <Speech_Music_Female> can <Speech_Music_Female> happen. <Speech_Female> But of course <Speech_Female> with everything <Speech_Female> you gotta <Speech_Female> roll up your sleeve <Speech_Female> and put in that <Speech_Female> work. <Speech_Female> So <SpeakerChange> I would suggest <Speech_Music_Female> to you today <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> that <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> do you believe <Speech_Female> that you are <Speech_Female> operating under <Speech_Female> an orphan mindset, <Speech_Music_Female> and if <Speech_Female> so, <Speech_Female> Write it down in <Music> your Journal. <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Just write their thoughts <Speech_Female> down in your journal <Speech_Female> and speak to your <Speech_Female> heavenly father. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> Speak to your daddy. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> He <Speech_Female> will answer trust <Speech_Music_Female> me through <Speech_Music_Male> the word. <Speech_Music_Male> He would answer <Speech_Music_Female> through someone <Speech_Music_Female> else. He will answer. <Speech_Music_Female> Trust <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> me. <Speech_Female> You are listening <Speech_Female> to someone <SpeakerChange> who <Speech_Music_Female> is <Speech_Music_Female> healed <Speech_Music_Female> from <Speech_Female> that. So trust <Speech_Female> me. So <Speech_Music_Female> remember I said <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> I felt abandoned. <Speech_Female> I felt rejected <Speech_Female> like <Speech_Female> an orphan So today <Speech_Female> we're talking about orphans. <Speech_Female> So the next <Speech_Female> episode <Speech_Female> we're going to talk about feeling <Speech_Female> rejected. <Speech_Male> Not not <Speech_Male> alone. You know, <Speech_Male> that's a whole lot <Speech_Female> to talk about <Speech_Female> so that is what <Speech_Female> I want to talk about today. <Speech_Female> And of <Speech_Music_Female> course at the end of <Speech_Music_Female> every <Speech_Female> episode <SpeakerChange> I say <Speech_Female> freedom <Speech_Female> looks <Speech_Music_Male> good <Speech_Music_Male> on <Speech_Music_Male> you. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> It really <Speech_Female> does freedom <Speech_Male> looks good <Speech_Male> on you. Really <Speech_Music_Male> good everyone <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> if you wanted <Speech_Female> freedom in <Speech_Male> Christ, that is <Speech_Male> looks good on everyone. <Speech_Female> Do <Speech_Music_Female> you want it off? <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> Do you want it <Speech_Female> and if you do, <Speech_Male> let's put in that <Speech_Female> brick girl, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and so next time love. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> Have a great week. Bye.

"wounds" Discussed on SincerelyKatV

SincerelyKatV

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"wounds" Discussed on SincerelyKatV

"Hello, welcome to another episode of sincerity cat V. Now. If you are a new listener welcome Hey girl. Well, how you doing lady? How are you doing? No actually want you to like answer out loud because they grew up doing great or not. So good not-so-good wage. So, how are you doing new listener? Thank you for stopping by and if you are, if you are a return listener, welcome back. Thank you so much for coming back and change. It means a lot to me that you actually decided to lend me your ear so I could just drop some Little Gems, you know, some little wisdom here and there so thank you so much for coming back a means a lot to me honestly, so If you are new or if you are returned listener. On this podcast one. I like to stop and ask you how you're doing today. Really? No, seriously. This is not a oh, she's just like stopping by to say how you doing. No. I mean like I genuinely want to know how you're doing. So if that means that you would have to write it send me a message via my email off or leave me a comment like whatever you need to do. How are you doing today? I just need to know how you doing. Even if even if you don't send me any messages any way I could answer it, you know with yourself to yourself. How are you doing today? That is a very important question as women if we cannot stop throughout the day and just say, how are you doing today girl? And if you can't make sure that there's definitely a problem. Okay, so that is why I like to start off My Show by saying how you doing. How are you doing today? What is going on in your mind wage today? Okay. So today I wanted to talk about the I guess this really unpopular topic about I want to call it month Moon's want to start off with the mother. I want to call it mother wounds and as usual on this on this podcast, I share my own personal stories and How God helped me to be healed from these all of these things that I went through, so if your new welcome to sincerely cat V. I hope I'm Mentor women wage. Inner healing confidence so that they can become who God created them to be. So that's what I do in a nutshell if your new but today I want to talk about my birth mother wounds and I wanted to put a s in wounds instead of mother room cuz I had cleaning wounds. I thought it was just one but over the years as God revealed and revealed and revealed. I found out that I had plenty of rooms so long. So my mother passed away when I was seven years old and I didn't really know her because I was young and somewhere between those ages. Am I subconsciously kind of just buried almost everything about her such as the way she the way she looks how I perceived her to be. I just buried most of it subconsciously somewhere. However, what I did remember with when she did when she got sick, I remember I remembered the neighbors because I was born in Haiti. So I remembered the neighbors talking about her own knowledge where I lived and it was all witchcraft. So just letting you know, just you know, this this podcast we also talked about delivering so dead. It was witchcraft but I remembered clearly the day that she died because I overheard her name on the radio and there were the off the stations wanted to wanted the family members to come in and claim her body and I remembered her name of course so long. That moment it wasn't like a person or a family that told me that she passed away. I heard it myself so long. Over the years. I'm just fast-forwarding. So after she was buried and everything like that over the years I Kept surviving and I knew eventually one day I would have, you know wanted to get married or wanted to have children, but for some reason I've always wanted like just one child maybe and when I say maybe meeting like from zero to one and I didn't change really connect. A.

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"wounds" Discussed on Hope for Women with Father Wounds

Hope for Women with Father Wounds

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"wounds" Discussed on Hope for Women with Father Wounds

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"wounds" Discussed on Hope for Women with Father Wounds

Hope for Women with Father Wounds

06:15 min | 11 months ago

"wounds" Discussed on Hope for Women with Father Wounds

"This podcast is for women who have experienced pain in your father daughter relationship as a result of divorce. Abandonment abuse incarceration addiction or a physically present but an emotionally absent father. The aim of this podcast is to help you. Father wounds for the love of god the father. I was married eight years before. I realize the tremendous mistake. I made haphazardly. I discovered it once. Sunday morning. As i sat listening to a singles message by andy stanley. Nobody's looking for a woman with daddy wounds. He said sarcastically. daddy wounds. I'm not interested in you. I want someone who comes into this relationship groin angry and blames me for everything. She's mad at her dad about. That's what i'm looking for. Initially i assume the message did not apply to me because i was married but those words became the arrow and my soul the bulls side as i said in the balcony. I wondered if anyone could tell. I had the wounds. He spoke about what i failed to realize was the person who knew about my wounds was sitting next to me. I was married to him. Do i do that. I asked even though i knew. The answer sometimes responded being kind and as we walked out of the auditorium a mix of emotions me. Shame reminded me how i periodically morphed into a wounded little girl with my husband doubt questioned whether i could ever be different. Despair encouraged me to just give up and they ought grabbed a cup of mojo at cafe confusion in my brain i began to internally question all the ways my daddy wounds had impacted my marriage. There were too many to count. This process was like looking for a lost earring back in a for rug. I have become so comfortable with my behavior. That distinguishing dysfunction from functionality was difficult how could i determine if i was mad because of something in the moment or subconsciously dealing with some unresolved father wound. This was not a quickly answered question and for me. It took loads of intentional self reflection. During that season i discovered the following key. Truce choose number one. My husband is not my daddy early. On in our marriage i wanted my husband to affirm me the way my daddy didn't i yearn to hear him say i was smart beautiful. A great cook the perfect wife. The list goes on now. Don't get me wrong. It is natural alive to want her husband to compliment her but she should not be dependent on his words and i was his opinion. Good or bad had the power to cripple or empower me. And it wasn't what he's saying but the authority. That i gave him the truth i had to realize was though my father did not affirm me as a child. God affirms me through his word and he alone is enough. I value my husband's opinion but his words come second to god's this knowledge has enabled me to handle his compliments and criticisms in a healthy way tooth number two. I must forgive my dad or it will impact my marital relationship unresolved angst with a parent prior to marriage is redirected towards a spouse. When you say. I do. I know this from experience. Shortly after we jump the broom anger seep outta me like hot stain. My husband became an easy target because he was male and close by in an effort to have a healthy marriage. I had to call the tangled mess of my emotions and identify. Why what. I felt when i felt it. It took kathleen journaling and much prayer to say. I'm angry i feel rejected. I am hurting then. I had to learn the lifestyle of forgiveness and how to move on. This process has lasted more than a decade and although it has been difficult. Quitting and avoidance have never been an option for me. I knew in order to have a loving relationship with my husband. I needed to resolve unforgiveness with my dad and forgiving my dad. The overall quality and health of my marriage improved. Choose number three. I must look to guide to meet my needs and not my husband going into marriage. I had romanticized perspective of holy matrimony as the product of a divorced household. I was clueless as to what a marriage should look like. So i made it up my fairytale included a husband equipped with flowers continual compliment and abundant bank account. Endless amounts of quality time in a completely checked off honey to do list. I never said it out loud. But i thought about it. I assumed my has been was supposed to meet my every need. I soon discovered that was never god's intentions. No human being is capable of doing this. God may choose to use my husband to meet my needs. But i am to look to him. I this is something. I had heard all my life and my god shall supply all your needs according to his riches in christ jesus philippians four nineteen. But i didn't really believe it. It's twenty twenty has taught us anything. It's that we need to be people who prey. Are you ready to make prayer a habit this year. There's no better time than now to start praying more often. But if you're not sure where star or how to begin. Can i recommend our most popular. Podcast your daily prayer. When you subscribe to your daily prayer and your favorite podcast app. You'll receive a new prayer every day to start your day. Our prayers are meant to calm your heart and set your mind on what matters most to start listening to your daily prayer just search for it and your favorite podcast app or head over to life audio dot com.

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"wounds" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"Of what I mean by that is. We saw we could feel the effects of disconnect, not only what is done. Shoot us that what is not done for us. For example occur not mere trudeau were not bet psychological nutrients. If we're not empathize, with were not achieved super, not mirrored than the the psychological Hain of that is encoded into the fiber of our being because infants. We Soak that in. And then we have reactions to these wounds of these reactions. Take Place Andy amid July which is our emotional brain. This is the reactive rain. This is what you're seeing activated right now in our communities. It's the fight fight flight. Freeze and phone system by being the explosions and flightseeing are trying to get away from everything off the the fees where you're paralyzed. You don't know what to do, and the Fawn is just kind of like. Were you submit in haven and We're GONNA talk more about that as we apply it to. What's going on a macro scale? Now on a micro scale what happens to our psyches as we develop? Is that we we hoed these messages that we learn from our childhood into panel three and these coatings for our core beliefs about ourselves and the world, and so we're forgetting messages from our primary caregivers, and from the world which I'll talk more about if we're getting coded messages like. You don't matter. That's the big one you don't matter. You're not good enough. You should never.

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"wounds" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Truth Be Told

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"wounds" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"After Isa's father was deported. He settled into a city in Baja California Mexico. He's not from that area. He only has one family member there so he's lived alone there for the last eleven years. His time there made him. I think be a lot more honest with himself or with kind of like. It's it's definitely not the same but the closest thing I can compare to his solitary confinement you by yourself in a very small housing situation. You don't have any friends or family at all where you live for your family to visit you once a year if that And so I think he was forced to deal with his demons and his own past and his thoughts That have allowed him to be a lot more vulnerable in honest in our conversations and own up to a lot of stuff that he has done is a father and as a man. You're going to go talk to your Dad And what are the things you want to talk to him about Yeah so so we. We haven't like as a family acknowledged this. And when you say this what do you mean if you click this situation that we're in even like it's really easy for me to say to somebody else. My Dad was deported but in our house. We don't say that like we. Just don't talk about it and so I think we've all done our best in coping with the situation and getting through the day to day and so I think now I'm starting to catch. My Dad sees some things about his future or about his situation and accepting the life that he has now and we as a family haven't and I myself haven't done and so I think some of the things that I want to take this opportunity to to kind of just ask him how he feels about it. Which is like such a basic question. But I think I've never asked him. How do you feel?.

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"wounds" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Hey Truth be told. My name is Mendoza and my question is how do I start to heal after a family member has been deported. Hey Isa how are you need? Hey Tanya I'm doing pretty good how are you? I'm doing well? So for folks out there. Isa IS OUR ENGAGEMENT PRODUCER. And she's joined us for season two and before we talk to our wise one. We wanted to tell you a little bit more about her. I want to ask you ISA. Why do you want to open up and tell us your question this week? I've always loved the show and I loved the fact that people can ask honest questions and get honest responses and I think I was grappling with something that I hadn't yet asked out loud and I felt that this was the space in the time to do it. I felt more ready than I have been in the past. I think that's also like I needed that time. And so you're from east. La and You're born and raised there with your mom your dad and your older brothers. You're the only girl in your family and when you were a junior in high school Something happened yeah when I was a junior. My Dad was deported. I was sixteen years old and I think we have different definitions of what being a father met and so for him. It was being provider and working a lot and for me that met more of being present in our lives and so I felt he wasn't as present growing up even up until I was sixteen. Yeah I mean I'm just thinking about what sixteen is like it's a mess. It is sixteen is a mess. Were you a mess? Oh Yeah I was. You know. That's really interesting. You saying you had your ideas of what a father should be. And he had an idea of what he thought his role should be and those were kind of different so he wasn't always around when you're growing up. Yeah for him. The priority was to make sure that nothing was missing from our lives that we had food that we have the clothes that we needed that we had income out with. Allow us to play sports at school or be involved with their friends. I don't think we understood the sacrifice that took. Isa's father was arrested for driving while intoxicated and this arrest began. The process of deportation is upset about his drinking so she wasn't talking to him. During this time that soon changed he was in a jail in Los Angeles. At that point. I was just like you know all of the past and whatever I had with him like this is so much bigger than that like our lives are going to change like this is. This is the moment and when I went I felt like I don't know we just had to acknowledge what situation we were in so. I just asked Mike. How are you feeling how are they treating you? And then I asked him whites the legal proceedings were what they told him an. Remember him saying that He wouldn't be able to return until he's eighty seven something you're on eighties He wouldn't be able to come back to the United States until yeah. He was eighty plus years old. Yeah that's right yeah. How did you process that? I think that felt very surreal. Like understanding what led up to didn't make any sense. Whenever I would visit or talk to him I would ask him more details about his process and I think early on. I understood what literally happened. I explained to my family that the situation is getting a little bit more complicated because he voluntarily signed to leave and that's something that a lot of people get pressured into doing because they kind of bully you're told you like. Do you really want your family to come in here in C are you really GonNa Force your family like endure this and so. He didn't tell anybody that he voluntarily signed..

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"wounds" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Unobscured

"And worked at Friedmans Hospital which was going to become Howard. University's medical school. She did that for a year and a a half at the same time. She is along with Josephine. Setting up this employment office I I just found that was that was just so fascinating all that while she stayed in touch with her network of spiritualist friends man continued to work together with amy. A Post Amy. And Isaac for their parts kept their arms open in Rochester so in eighteen sixty six win sojourner traveled with over one hundred forty freed people all to western New York. Amy and the community in Rochester. Were waiting for them and she was occasionally joined at the Relief Association headquarters by other spiritualist who traveled traveled to Washington to assist in the work in the years after the civil war that included Cora Hatch in fact her mutual friendship with amy post was only one of the connections connections that formed a bond. Between her and sojourner truth they met in the eighteen fifties in the book. I talk about this abolitionist. Singing group the Hutchison's the Hudson's were the most popular folk singers in America. But they were also radical abolitionists. They were good. Friends of SOJOURNER 's spent a Lotta time at Northampton does one Abbey Abbey was a spiritualist and Abbey headquarters hatch at her house. Allot Cora Journal met at Abbey Hutchison's home. They met there. There are several times that I've found because when sojourner was after she got well and she said I'm determined to go to Washington and see the freedom of my people will she stayed with Abby Hutchinson and Kara was also there then. Kara went to Washington until journey. was there while she worked. Alongside sojourner in Washington. Cora also stayed in touch with Amy Post. She wrote a letter to Rochester. Saying that's important things are happening. Here at the Friedman's village laboring together to bring a new world into being both women would eventually move from the Freedman's hospital to to the black churches growing around Washington and in doing so they would weave together. The ultimate spiritualist vision making the world new again. A familiar figure stepped stepped onto the New Orleans. Docs she had once been chorus. Scott an end for a long while Cora Hatch all along she had won praise for her beautiful wonderful curls and the power and intellect of the spirits who spoke through her now in May of eighteen sixty seven. She was Cora Daniels no longer. The little girl from Wisconsin or even the unfortunate young wife of a selfish promoter. Cora now stood in New Orleans as the wife of Nathan W Daniels Daniels. He was the man who had served as the commanding officer for the Louisiana Native Guards during the war before being discharged for defending them against racist white officers and he'd sat for seances with Anri and the members of his cirque harmonic when he returned to the North Nathan was among those spiritualists who had been invited to the White House to attend to say ons with Mary Lincoln even though he never met the president but it was all worth it because he met someone better a beautiful spiritualist medium who was working with her friends to build the world of radical equality that the spirits cried out for Cora their record of seances held during their time in Washington. Santon shows just how close Corre had become to the capital's spiritualists including Nettie Colbourne Giles. Stebbins who had been converted by Sojourner truth at Northampton and a nurse named Clara Barton whose experiences during the war would lead her to create the American Red Cross. When Cora and Nathan arrived in New Orleans carried new life with them their infant daughter Henrietta and Nathan had been appointed to a government post in the city together? They believed they would bring hope to a place place Nathan loved. He was eager to do some good. Just like James Blood Nathan was a man ready to put his courage and vigour toward the cause of rebuilding gene adjust and equitable society. This time with his wife and daughter beside him. Cora spent most of time caring for Henrietta but her experience as a spiritualist and connection to the former members of the native guard eventually earned her invitation to speak in response. She said pen to paper to write a memorial poem it was meant to be a spirit inspired accompaniment for the ringing a funeral bells a harsh reality for so many the people after the war but those funeral bells would soon be ringing much louder than she expected. Louder and far lar- too close to home. That's it for this week's episode of on obscured stick around after this short sponsor break lake for a preview of. What's in store for next week? Next time on obscured if the early seances portrayed native spirits as guides and healers for white spiritualists. The tone changed as reports of more. Violence reached say on circles in the east when murdered leaders arrived to speak at seance tables during the reports of genocide and dispossession of the eighteen sixties and seventies Indian blessings on spiritualists were replaced by Indian curses curses on a nation who soldiers and citizens had murdered them but as other newspapers fell in line signed with the white supremacist rhetoric of writers who pushed the idea of manifest destiny. The banner of light continued to print criticisms of that message. It was their responsibility responsibility to heed the voices of the spirits. After all and report their messages to the reading public something was happening. Spiritualists who had viewed viewed slavery as a sin that left a stain on the nation had begun to see America's westward advancement into the territory of native Americans as just more of the same their editor Orioles called. US policy a fraud and a swindle at a time when few other voices would as violence piled on violence Cora and the radical politicians who heated her spirits. Were sure that this was just one more way that the nation needed to be knocked down and made new again but take those stains away. They needed more than help. mm-hmm on obscured was created by me. Erin Minke and produced by Matt. Frederick Alex Williams and Josh Thane in partnership with iheartradio research and writing for the the season is all the work of my right hand. Man Karl Nellis and the brilliant Chad Lawson composed brand new soundtrack learn more about our contributing historians source material unreal and links to our other shows over at history on obscured dot com and Intel. Next time thanks for listening.

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"wounds" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Unobscured

"Whatever power was inside Victoria? It could defeat death. She'd seen it save her own son as she told the story. There was a day when Victoria had left. Her son Byron with his father but when she came home she found the canning had vanished from the house in his the place she found her mother. They're deeply upset. She told Victoria that Byron had suffered a sudden intense fever. It had burned the boy up from the inside and killed killed him. Two hours before Victoria came Home Victoria remembered screaming. I will not permit his death. But then she grabbed Byron and held held him in her arms and then she fell into a trance. The ceiling of the room disappeared from view she later roots and the form of the saviour descended Victoria and her son refrozen in place for seven hours when she finally came back to herself Byron was breathing again. Whatever disease had pulled him into death it had given him up again from that day on Victoria said she was convinced that divine favor was on her side a divine power that could work work through her to heal and comfort others with hopeless wounds if she could heal where others could only despair than it was her responsibility to share those gifts with others and and it was the trail of that healing work that brought her to saint? Louis here's author Mary. Gabriel so in the years after this or Victoria was currently south in Saint Louis at one period which was a really interesting place for her to be because it was kind of a hub of spiritualism but it was also a hub of radicalism. There were a lot of German immigrants in one of the things that happened after. Eighteen forty eight. was that a lot of the people who fled the conflicts in Europe landed in the United States and a lot of the German radical surprisingly went to Saint Louis so Victoria found herself in this kind of stu of people who were engaging spiritualism but also political reform and she got her first kind of introduction to revolutionary politics there but if Victoria had started to absorb the attitudes of liberation they took on a less abstract face when a charming man with a military bearing and piercing black eyes walked into the hotel room where she was holding seances from the moment they met he was clear that he had everything. Victoria's husband canning lacked. His name was James. Harvey Blood had just twenty nine. He was an ambitious man man. He was the city auditor. The president of the Saint Louis Railroad and the founding secretary of the Saint Louis Society of spiritualists Victoria would soon learn. Just how well connected James was too. He came from an old family whose history on American soil ran back to Massachusetts landing in sixteen seventeen and in the previous decade. His Saint Louis Circle had hosted the most prominent spiritualists in the nation including m harding. Cora Hatch an Andrew Jackson Davis Miss but she learned that his beautiful body carried the scars of bullet wounds that would plague him for the rest of his life. His Stepson would later say that he saw five scars scars on James Body although his military record only mentioned one then ever since returning from the war James had suffered from intense headaches. Shooting pains is in his chest and partial paralysis in one arm from the mini ball that had burrowed into his left shoulder overtime. James would learn. Victoria's story as as well. But he knew from their first meeting that he had found a great talent as he wrote and in Him Victoria had finally met her match by the end of their. First seance wants the spirit spoke through Victoria and told James Harvey blood that the two of them. We're going to get married. The trouble was they. Were both already married to to other people. And they both had children but many spiritualists believed that everyone had natural mates and sympathetic souls waiting for them and that those spiritual chill affinities mattered much more than any other kind of agreements personal legal or otherwise and then there was Victoria's view that marriage was little more Jordan prison. Here's Mary Gabriel. Once again. She thought that all social problems were rooted in bad marriages and so blood. Luckily for Victoria. Who Probably Bud was probably is kind of swept away by her as she was by him left? The Room agreed and was in a very short time they had each. It's left their respective spouses and went travelling together in a caravan which was basically kind of getting to know each other trip following. The spirits encouragement encouragement Victoria. And James discovered. They were a match made in heaven so they continued victorious trade as it traveling medium adding James to the mix his spirits. It's though spoken the Voice of reform. Just as they had to sojourner truth. Amy Post and the cirque harmonic in New Orleans. One writer called him an extreme radical radical of the most uncompromising type. He was zealous advocate of women's rights. Abolition and labor reform. She worked as a spiritualist but it was. It was a completely different environment from anything she experienced before there was a freedom to their relationship and an intellectual exchange change that she had never had with anyone and I think that this was the moment when Victoria Woodhall as we came to know her as a world came to know her was born in. Actually really blood was her first teacher. When Victoria stepped out with James Blood she was still calling herself a healer and this time time was maybe more true than at any other point in the past five years without her father schemes placebos and outright poisons rattling on the margins of every resaons Victoria was able to give her full attention to her clients and the spirits and those clients paid for nothing but her time her words and her sympathetic pedic ear from our vantage point? Today it's easy to see. Her work is something like of psychotherapy but while the physical wounds of war were terrible Victoria was most most haunted by the stories. She heard from women whose lives sounded so much like her own Victoria would go on to spend the coming decades writing down accounts of abusive abusive marriages and terrorized wise women who hated their husbands but were forced into sex and motherhood. They didn't want young women who were abandoned to fend for themselves. Offs and in all these dark mirrors Victoria saw the suffering of her own life reflected back. Perhaps that's why it didn't take much encouragement from from James for Victoria to turn her talents away from personal consultations she had started thinking about how a larger platform as a spiritualist might give her heard the chance to fight for the rights of all women as a former army officer. James could see it to the fight for reform would indeed be a battle Necessary but difficult and Victoria. He believed with lead the charge. Aw sojourner truth did it need introductions. The fight for liberation had been and her life's work for decades in eighteen sixty two. She had returned home to Michigan after a brutal tour through Indiana in which her rallies for abolition were opposed posed at every step by increasingly vigorous mobs but at the age of sixty five. The tour had taken its toll and she was spent by the end of the year. She was dangerously ill and worrying about the possible outcomes of the war left her in a constant state of anxiety she knew the stakes of course chip spent her life in in a spiritual battle that had now crossed over into the world the flesh and blood. Her family and friends feared that she would die. Before the end of the year in the wake of the emancipation cancer patient proclamation in January of eighteen sixty three some of sojourner is friends especially among the quakers started a campaign of support for her letters and packages started to arrive at her home in Battle Creek Michigan. Some from as far away as Ireland the encouragement brought by the emancipation proclamation. Mation was a wind under her wings. As she rallied out of her sickness sojourner began to send her own gifts in return cards with her photograph. Were mailed to people who would otherwise never have the chance to meet her face to face but the emancipation proclamation was also met with a fierce backlash including waves the violence in Detroit that targeted. The city's black community and well known abolitionists in response so journals grandson. James joined up with two sons of Frederick Eric. Douglas along with many other young men to join the first northern Black Regiment newspapers that had previously reported on sojourner truth were now also also including stories about Harriet Tubman and other black abolitionists but if this newfound interest among White Media Ray sojourner spirits word that James had been lost lost in combat would have dash them to pieces and then there were the reports. The racist violence was devastating. The black community in New York City in the very same neighborhood hood where sojourner had once lived and worked some city leaders had shifted from calls for secession to outright permission for white people to attack. Their Black Neighbors Uh sojourner knew that she needed to get back in the fight to gather her strength and left Michigan behind taking to the road again despite her recent illness about that journeys she wrote. I mean to live till I am one hundred years old if it please God and see my people all free rather than join a black regiment meant though she set out in eighteen sixty four Washington on the way she stopped in Rochester and stayed with amy and Isaac Post. Amy organized a lecture during her visit and Sojourner and Frederick Douglas spoke together from the same platform once again when she reached the capital sojourner met Lincoln and spoke in churches churches throughout the city before she traveled to the refugee camps. Found that the people who'd free themselves from captivity and come north were now subject to the whims of employers. Who would offer for them jobs but then refused to pay? When they weren't fighting bad bosses they were taking government projects? That paid months late so sojourner came up with a plan. She started writing to amy post to coordinate deliveries of clothes bedding and medicine to the Freedman's village and asked for amy to send back word for opportunities -tunities for schooling and jobs across our network. Here's historian Margaret Washington. She was a counselor at Friedmans village for about a year and a half and that was important. That was when Friedman's village built homes sojourner truth. Set up a church. She asked asked people congressman to come when they had celebrations and they would they would come and see the progress of the freed. People were making in fact sojourner received an official appointment as counselor to the freed people at Friedmans village when it was established on land. That had been part of Robert Elise Arlington Estate. She stayed there until eighteen. Sixty five when bills forming the Freedman's bureau and the Friedman Savings Bank seemed to secure the new status the freedom for black Americans. Here's Margaret Washington once again. So she stayed there for a year and a half and then she went to help help with Josephine in the city in Washington city. I think that's where she really thrived. because she taught sewing and other domestic art to the women then she went to Freedman's hospital.

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"wounds" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Unobscured

"Welcomed on obscured production of iheartradio and Aaron Monkey. Colonel Crosby died on April second of eighteen. Sixty five he had been one of the first of March out from Philadelphia with the volunteers at the start of the war. He took fire throughout the fighting and at one point was shot in the head after he went back into combat. A bullet shattered his arm which was then amputated in a war hospital still. He was promoted through the ranks as his fearlessness. Made him a strange figure on the battlefield. Crosby got to know one of the doctors. Who treated him man? They started writing letters to each other. His willingness to face fire after such dire injuries must've puzzle the doctor as much as an impressed. His fellow soldiers crosby explained his daring. You see he was a spiritualist every time he stepped onto the battlefield. He said he felt the presence of his spirit. Friends all around around him. Their guidance was so real that he lost all awareness of fear in his own words the whizzing of Musket balls produced no more trepidation nation than the falling rain and Crosby wasn't the only soldier to say so other spiritualists in the Union army claim that spirits had led them through Tremendous fire as well if his faith was shaken by the wounds that shattered him. He didn't let on when he died. The doctors published in notes on. Colonel Crosby's Ashby's life in the banner of light. It was a testament to spiritualists that the dead leaders who met them at the table also steered them through the battlefield like Crosby Rajabi. They'd led the nation to the end of the war covered in scars. Yes but still fighting to the last. He died in the final confrontations of the war. That forced the surrender at APP. Matic's perhaps he shared the same feeling that Lincoln expressed to one of Nettie Colbern's dire yet. Vague warnings about his own coming death in her memoir. Nettie wrote that. The president told her I shall live tell my work done and no earthly power can prevent it and then it doesn't matter but it didn't matter. It mattered to the spiritualists. When news of Lincoln's assassination reached New York the community immunity railed in shared grief? They asked Emma harding to give a lecture. At the Cooper Institute and address they're shocked hearts and spiritualists across the country mets. It's in their local groups to grieve their loss although maybe they grieved less than others sued didn't share their beliefs about life in the spirit land while while most members of the new Republican Party mourn. Lincoln's death that Republicans of the cirque harmonic in New Orleans. Didn't feel the pain of his loss so deeply in fact not was closer to their fellowship than he'd ever been before at the end of that year when president. Andrew Johnson declared a national day of Thanksgiving the Cirque Lurk Harmonic. Hell the saints. They'd been meeting again for a year ever since on re resigned his commission. But he wasn't just holding seances he was also holding office in eighteen. Sixty five unreal helped create the Friends of universal suffrage. Their political vision was filled with the fire. Fire of the idea. Universal Education Black male suffrage and distribution of land by the states to the heads of families. So when Lincoln can spirit appeared to the cirque harmonic of course he gave their political vision. His blessing here's historian emily. Clark Abraham Lincoln's wins first appearance to the Sircar Monica's on December seventh eighteen. Sixty five about seven months after his assassination is spirit noted how he was glad glad that they had broken the chains of slavery but he also recognized that there is a lot of work still to be done We should start patting ourselves on the back just yet get your also talks about how those who tried to stop. The progress of freedom would regret those decisions ends after death where those who had suffered for righteous causes would be blessed by God and happy in spirit world you know freedom was something that was created needed and ordained by God and while freedom originated in heaven His spirit talks about how it's intended to reign on earth to I'm and then he signs off the message like he does many of them With your brother. And friend Abraham Lincoln.

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"wounds" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"God gave me an unprecedented opportunity. I was photographing all the places I had been. You're in the war for the bridges. That's a no no. That's a strategic part of Defense of Vietnam or any nation. It's bridges how all the bridges I had gone under in my little fiberglass blass. Pbr River patrol boat. And we got back to that Bandon. The river at a place called the parrot's beak. That's where I was injured. What emotion did you feel? Oh I can't describe it. My heart would race at the memories. I could touch the riverbank again. And when we beached the boat and we off loaded and I'm standing where I was injured where my skin my blood my very. DNA is absorbed into the Bank of that river. I was trying to describe up for the camera to my son. This is for. I was injured. This is where I was the boat was. I'm standing in the gun tub. I don't know where the round came from and I don't know where the helicopter landed and the boat captain of the boat. That just brought us there he starts describing describing the moment the helicopter landed right over there to pick you up and before he could catch himself he he realized he is. He's just revealed. He was there that day. Well it's not unusual because the river banks relied with Viet Cong that were part of our of the resistance of Vietnam against justice. That man must have he had to have been there to tell me where the helicopter landed to pick me up and before he could catch himself it was too late the words of his mouth and trapping and I caught the words. It was like a baseball bat and I looked over at him and he looked at me right in the eyes and and fear overcame him because he was alone that day. Yeah alone he had no support and what happened next. It is one of the turning points in my entire life. I walked over. Got Backup on the boat because he was still at the helm of that Water Texan. I walk into the cab little cabin and I looked at him and I saw fear and I reached out and put my arms. I put my arms around him and I said I want you to. I know that I love you and I care about you and the past is the past. We start here today as brothers tears field is is and he squeezed me in petted my back. You're that day I found out what the cross of calvary really meant. First of all Jesus didn't go to Calrina. Green Limousine Indaba lethal injection. They crucify the son of God. Hands up palms out so the world could see scars and that man looked at my scars in. He knew do but to hold him and forgive him changed his life he changed my life and it's it's changed. The lives of everyone I've affected are touched in the years since then when Dave we started right here we're all things work for good. Yes Romans eight twenty years and you are fulfilling scripture in such an incredible way. It should give each and every one of us encouragement that God is working if if we acknowledge him and follow him and that if is the biggest if in the entire world and I'm glad I said yes. Jesus she's when I was sixteen years old and I've never had to go back and started over. Dave can I ask you right at the end of the program here. people they they weren't on the military battlefield they didn't have a phosphorous grenade explode six inches from them. They didn't have their face blown off but they're in desperate times. Something has happened. Loss of a spouse loss of a child my brother served in Vietnam came back got married and he he not long ago lost his son to cancer. There's a lot that happens in this life of ways to be herb. It only one way. It'd be healed a man. Can you pray for those people who today or hearing the story gone. I would never have the faith of that Mandate River Jesus Great Physician Healer Healer of the broken heart healer of the broken marriage marriage. God there are people listening right now. Who clearly stated only a moment ago didn't have to go to Vietnam or Iraq or Afghanistan Anistan to get hurt? They went to divorce court. I get a purple heart. They get a broken heart but healer of the broken healer of the broken life. I ask you touch with your hand. The very sore touch the wound bring about a healing leave a scar where there was once a hemorrhaging and let that scar testify of healing. Let that scar testify of overcoming. Yeah we got hurt but we got over it and I pray right now Jesus seizes great physician reach out across this network and focus on the people whose lives are broken their people weeping weeping right now for roken to the core of their soul for the first time tears have feel there is bitterness is being pushed out their our own horrible stress that has been the product of terrible events in their lives. Take that stress God and he'll it and the name of Jesus heal the broke hearted you were sent here to heal and I know no. You're doing it and it's the name of Jesus. That is the SAV in the wound. She eases healer her. Thank you we pray and we ask but we know it's done by faith so be it. He men Dave River author the book. Warren Recovery Teaching us today how to embrace our enemies so that God can shine through truest. God bless you Dave thank you thank you but what a heart you've heard today on focus focus on the family from Dave River and certainly our. Thanks go out to all who have served so faithfully in the military and we'd love to send a copy of Dave's book war and recovery. which is a compilation of vignettes from Dave's life in from others who have triumphed over pain and we also have this conversation station on CD with extra content and you can get that via download or through our mobile APP and you may know this focus on the family is listener supported so when you generously donate today a gift of any amount either? A monthly pledge or a one time gift we'll say thanks by sending Dave's book and that'll be a reminder for you a tangible reminder that you're helping families especially military families to thrive so you can call in donate our number is is eight hundred the letter a. and the word family or we'll have a link in the episode notes on behalf of Gym Daily and the entire team. I'm John Fuller Kohler thanking you for listening to focus on the family and inviting you back next time as we once more help you and your family thrive in Christ..

"wounds" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"Right you're meditation technique today all you need to do is simply to become aware of a deep her soul wound you'd like to focus on in this weeks series. I should go throughout the week you have a challenge this is a daily challenge. I encourage you to focus on as you consider your own soul wounds your daily challenge is to practice nine and judgment when you're experiencing a deep sewer it's very easy to blame others to become heat for to you feel as though we are victims iced to feel a sense of grief and great anger so think bad about the emotions you want to let go off so that you can practice non judgment in regard art to your soul this would be a good week to keep a journal when you reflect as you meditate after your meditation write down how you're feeling this can help you says the emotions that you're managing this week focusing on Seoul ones is hard art work this weeks series is more intense than the series we usually explore so honor herself this week and if you need to take a little break at any point allow yourself to have more quiet time to have more time to reflect me to sleep more than you usually sleep or to exercise more and to care for yourself more than you usually do again honor the journey your on so as you settle your south down and get ready to meditate consider us you may be experiencing now it may even be a so wound that you've carried with you throughout your life and begin to reflect on this soul don't think about what caused it and the pain and grief you've experienced from this wound allow yourself to notice this specific emotions that arise when you reflect on this world and where you may harbor these emotions in your body.

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"wounds" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"wounds" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"I honor you as you give yourself permission to slow down in today's blurring this week which has to with healing wounds of the soul saw runs according to the research I did this week regarding soul ones we all have that in fact most of us are considered to have at least two soul wounds within us at any given time game and if you're not familiar with Seoul Woon's or what they are I'll share with you one of my favorite definitions that came across this week and the ad was from the one dot Si Bien Dot com uh website it is a Christian living website with demotions on the website right and there's an article by Daphne delay that is titled Soul Wounds she says Seoul wounds are real they are the result of our mind will or emotion and being so abruptly jolted that a wound is made upon this saw leaving a scar that must be out where she has said she's had many soul wounds in her life as we each have each one bringing her to the brink of despair certain soul ones are more prominent such as the death of a loved one family strife away were child so any kind of addiction accidents a stab in the back were a betrayal and this list could go on and on these soul wounds hit us out of nowhere and leave us spinach gene you can feel as though you're stack Can you repetitive cycle of pain or despair and in this week's the series you will discover a different meditation technique you can do to help you manage these sewer lines the five so wounds our rejection.

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"wounds" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"wounds" Discussed on The Pulse

"She lived and and wounds are her jam this is where we keep some of our medical supplies she opens up a nearby continent it's filled with bandages an immense she says caring for wounds is a bit art of its science lots of team work with the patient and most of all experimentation and figuring out which bandages and dressings make the most sense what's your favorite bandage oh i really just like a foam bandaged absorbs but it also protects cell it's kinda cushioning and it also has this cut at covering that's waterproof and it can say on for like five days so it's just perfect for somebody who's maybe sleep outside as going to keep your wound really clean it's gonna come off with water or moisture anything i love it thank you for asking me like i know exactly what effect while he get one my name is montral poli um i came the day to gig checked out for abscess that uh got in a processor using her one montreal is 46 he's in one of the exam rooms heroes up his pants and shows his lower leg two points to a scab little red says the wound used to be a lot worse i was inject them in my league and my ankle and that's what caused it what does it feel like under there is pain is pain that's all the news is play wounds associated with injecting drugs happen for a few reasons there's the repeated wear and tear from a needle breaking through the skin second damaged means it can lead to skin and tissue infections or worse some wounds can last for months even years in certain spots on the body are more prone to problems like the legs and the neck there is also something else something ubiquitous that can cause them bacteria again laura the doctor so every time someone introduces a needle through the scat it has potential to introduce bacteria fungi into all those places fact here you can lead to serious infections when it gets in our bodies from the skin down to the bone through the blood and into the heart with all these risks the best way to prevent wounds is pretty obvious don't inject but laura and others here suit lots of patients in the throes of addiction so she often goes over safer ways to inject to help reduce the influx.

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