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"dyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

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04:49 min | Last week

"dyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"I knew it was something that he you know slightly looked or two and it didn't seem like it could be real and so i just kept saying i can't believe you pulled it off. I can't believe you pull it off. And then i was really upset. And i felt like i heard him say. Listen to my podcast and I was asking him for a sign. I was like if everything that you taught. Israel of all of. This is actually real than i made like a big fucking sign. I need like lightbulbs to start. Exploding like like at the very least lights flickering like something to let me know that what you taught was real and that you are still here and nothing happened. Nothing was happening. And i was like you. Better give me a sign. And i heard him or i felt him something. Say listen to his podcast and excuse me. I didn't even know that. I had an app on my phone call. Podcast had never listened to his podcast before ever. And i you know when you pull down your phone. You can. Search just searched podcast. That app came up as i was like. I have a sweet little app here. I opened it. I typed in wayne. Dyer clicked play on the first one that came up and when i did i felt i felt comforted to hear his voice but i felt like it was a very poignant acute painful reminder that i was not going to hear it again in the way that i knew it I did not know him as a recording. I did not know him a podcast host. I knew him as dad and so it was a it was almost like more painful and I just felt enormously sad and it was comforting to think like i have all these hours of recordings i could fall back on but anyway Just as i was about the podcast was like fifteen minutes. And just as i was about to end it. He said on to the podcast. Now if everyone listening to take a moment and send my daughter serena some love because she is going through a hard time..

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"dyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

05:00 min | Last week

"dyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Dr wayne dyer was beloved. Father a motivation. But to our guests serena sage in their six siblings. He was simply dad when he died. Suddenly in two thousand fifteen the sisters were blindsided by grief and felt totally unprepared to navigate. Life's challenges and conflicts without his guidance. This experience launched them on an adventure from lost understanding as they came to realize and metabolize their father's teachings with a new urgency intimacy and the powers they apply them to their lives as their journey unfolded. They realized their fathers wisdom. The knowing was embedded in their dna as it of course is for all of us in their book. The knowing serena and sage share how they recommitted to the teachings of their father and in doing so created their own evolution of his principles that they teach today they share the eleven lessons that crack them open and spark their own spiritual journey. Which is the basis of this incredible conversation here a few other topics we explore in this chat. How it used to listen to her dad's tapes constantly and how impactful they were especially in the beginning of my journey. Her dad and my shared appreciation of the indian guru moved to nanda her experience of rom dos and his relationship with win how she coped with her. Dad's death in two thousand fifteen wayne's experience with the controversial brazilian healer. John of god. The sense serena had that her dad knew he was going to leave his body. The true definition of coincidence and then one of my favorite parts of this conversation was when serena and i broke down some of our favorite quotes from her dad's such as when you change the way. Look at things the things you look at change and we don't get what we want. We become what we want and many more. Why wayne was so into the synchronicity of numbers. The amazing story of how her dad found his father's grave what it was like to be one of eight kids in a spiritual household what she finds so valuable about meditation and how it helped her get pregnant tool. She uses to overcome.

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"dyer" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

You Can Heal Your Life

03:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"dyer" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

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"dyer" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

You Can Heal Your Life

07:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"dyer" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

"Remember how it possibly could have come through me. And where all these quotes game and all of the things that showed up. It's that moment when you just let go like i. I gave up alcohol thirty years ago over thirty years ago. I haven't had a drop of alcohol in my body and over thirty years and in the dow it says if you want to accomplish great things think small. Don't think i'm never going to have a drink for thirty years. Think i'll just not have one today or wait. Maybe this morning or wait in the next hour. Well certainly i can go five minutes. The journey of a thousand miles begins with that step. And you think small. Think big and it's it's having this kind of an awareness that there's nothing that you can't accomplish for yourself if you allow yourself to listen and in the recovery movement we call this letting go and you know the rest what letting god letting go and letting whatever you call this invisible. You could be an atheist. It doesn't make any difference and believe in god very simple because when the student is ready the teachers appear when you have a level of readiness for something to take place in your life. There are absolutely no limitations. The problems that most of us have is that we listen to somebody else's idea of what should be very often. It's relatives they're very good at it. You know. i've often said that. Friends are god's way of apologizing for relatives because because our our friends i made a friend a friend. Here's the definition of friend. Someone before whom. I can think out loud whatever it is so so many of us have allowed our life's mission and our or we have something called a burning desire and then we allow somebody else's idea that this isn't right or you shouldn't do that or use as your culture or this is what this is the family. You have to do it this way. I have been willing to listen to that same intelligence. That's growing my fingernails and opening the roses and allow it to move and direct the course of my life from the time. I was a little boy for somehow for some reason that passion that i have felt inside when other people tied tried to squash it i was able to resist. He coming to be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best night and day to make you just like everybody else means to fight the greatest battle there is to fight and never stop fighting to be nobody but yourself to be willing to listen to the outrageous claims says shakespeare said it in hamlet so beautifully to be or not to be. That is the question. Every time i fly in first class. I always asked for c. To be i want to be. I don't wanna not to be to be my favorite seat. But the lines that follow his hamlets or atari are more important whether tis nobler in this in the minds of men to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles and thus by opposing them. You have to be willing to listen. And those burning desires that are placed inside of you that call you beg you insist upon you moving in this direction being willing being determined being fearless loving yourself enough to let go of the expectations that have been imposed and placed upon us by all of the all of the people who better all of the all of the cultural impositions that are placed upon us. There is something inside each and every one of us that is beyond the world of our senses. Our thoughts have nothing to do with our senses. Our thoughts are just experienced. They're not what we experience with. They are experienced who we are is an infinite divine organizing spiritual infinite intelligence. It is beginning. 'less it is endless. You can never die who you are what you have one of the things that you will grasp and get a hold of. Is this wonderful recognition of your infinite nature. I've also been directed and through these callings to see what happens. Is that when you when you get into this this awareness. That who i am is is not this body that i'm in do i am. Is this thing called an infinite consciousness in order to be able to shift from ordinary to extraordinary. You have to be able to change your concept of yourself and your concept of yourself. Is everything that you believe to be true. So in order to move if everything that you believe to be true is got you to where you are now then in order to get to a higher place exalted place an infinite consciousness place. You have to change what you have believed to be true about what's capable and that what you're capable of and that's one of the most difficult things that people have to do is to to change the things that you believe to be true mark twain against it. It's not the things that you don't know that gets you into trouble. Is the things that you know for sure. That just ain't so those are the things that you have to watch out for. You know this awareness that i know something when in fact who you are is this god consciousness. That knows everything. That's all within you. All you have to do is tap into. Thank you for joining us. For day one of our seven-day series honoring the life and legacy of dr wayne dyer. We hope you'll join us every day through august thirty first for more treasured audio from wayne. Be sure to subscribe to this podcast to receive every episode as soon as it's released and this is just the beginning of your journey. You can listen to all of wayne. Dyers audiobooks lectures meditations and more in the house unlimited audio app. Listen free for fourteen days when you download today apple users visit hey house dot com slash apple and android users visit. Hey house dot com slash google dot com slash apple for apple users in. Hey house.

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Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

TED Radio Hour

00:56 sec | Last month

Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

"Water as liquid oxygen is used as a water purifier. The Orlando Utilities Commission says it uses liquid oxygen is a disinfectant and also to remove hydrogen sulfide, which is not harmful bit causes a rotten egg smell. The utility says it's within about a week of running out of liquid oxygen and is asking customers to avoid activities like watering their yards and washing their cars for several weeks. You see, says Reclaimed water is not affected. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer says the city will turn off water features at its parks. He acknowledges the dramatic nature of the request, but says the action is needed. You see as the state's second largest municipal utility, serving some 250,000 customers in central Florida for NPR news. I'm Amy Green in Orlando to England, preparing for the first direct hurricane landfall in 30 years. The National Hurricane Center's Andy Lado says Tropical Storm on re will likely gain hurricane status

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Florida Mayor Says Save Water Because of the COVID-19 Surge

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00:33 sec | Last month

Florida Mayor Says Save Water Because of the COVID-19 Surge

"Of covid cases in Florida has resulted in an unusual problem. I'm Peter King in Orlando. The problem is a water shortage, utility officials say hospitals are using more water than ever for liquid oxygen to treat covid patients. That means less available for other users, Mayor Buddy Dyer asking our residents to temporarily limit the watering their lawns and washing of their cars. Businesses should also be limiting irrigation and pressure washing. The Orlando Utilities Commission says about 40% of the water supply goes to irrigation.

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Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last month

Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

"Cases in Florida has resulted in an unusual problem. I'm Peter King in Orlando. The problem is a water shortage, utility officials say hospitals are using more water than Ever for liquid oxygen to treat covid patients. That means less available for other users, Mayor Buddy Dyer asking our residents to temporarily limit the watering their lawns and washing of their cars. Businesses should also be limiting irrigation and pressure washing. The Orlando Utilities Commission says about 40% of the water supply goes to irrigation. Peter

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"dyer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

08:28 min | 5 months ago

"dyer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"In what he sees so so many different versions of earlier pictures in the work of winner ground. for example you can see will evans. Is knocking there in the background quietly amidst all the noise winner and i was able to see this happening in many ways. So it's interesting to trace the way different photographers photograph the same thing you know. I mean in that book. I stopped with the famous poll strand image of a blind woman which made a great impact on will grevin than i look at some famous picture of a blind posted. The wilbur evans. Did you can trace this going on in a very narrative. I think is quite interesting. These relationships that win aground really crave the respect to her evidence. Which will heavens very thoroughly refused to win aground. A reasons that not quite obvious really as a slightly snooty side to wolf and he was gonna have any of this kind of vulgar chaos. That you get in win gra. Do you think that the advent of camera phones and the mass democratization of photography is damaged states us in the pantheon of the arts in the early days in photography after going quite a few people were taking pictures. Alfred stieglitz extended a great deal of intellectual impractical energy trying to establish photography as an ops which he succeeded in doing even though the exactly what it was that may photography now that changed over time. But it's funny that people can't worrying photography wasn't being taken seriously is not long after it had been okay so took perpetual a perpetual concern and the problem with phones. Which is the everybody can do it. And it's all around. It comes back to that. Central problem with photography of their uniqueness not the image so of course it makes sense if you want to own a single picture by somebody if there's only one of a painting of course it's going to cost a lot of money going to be inherited a valuable. The problem with photography was of course in its essence reproducible from a single negative. You can make thousand. You could make an infinite number of pictures so that was the big change that happened. I guess in the nineteen seventies when we go into this thing of photographs being Appearing very very largely in every sense sold on a museum. Gallery rules We into this whole thing limited editions and all this kind of stuff. And i guess what the phone has done. It's just made that whole thing much much. More difficult to sustain. In addition to the fact that the sheer gonna colossal superabundance overreaches. Now on that note. Do you think criticism is more essential in an era of extreme. Saturation has become hot at separate the wheat from the chaff not on any social media so my knowledge of how these things work is a entirely secondhand but my my friend does street. Photographer matt stewart. Use both a great photographer on such kind of player in the street photography world. I mean he thinks instagram great. And there's all sorts of things going on whereby these great pictures they rise to the top that kind of consensus is emerging. Even if it's not in the form of those classically eloquent essays by some time by larger dire touchy is about the curatorial system. This is a real thing that i would come back to. You know when you go to other knows something like the venice finale which was signal used to enjoy going to a lot of photographs. And they're big. You know that eight by eight by ten feet inches feed sometimes quite often pictures of nothing. When i was thinking. Agony chris sandwich and a little classic triangle but they great because they're big. I sometimes wonder by the curatorial wisdom that that is work to a ground. These things that the pictures like that kind of prominence they deserve it gets very very difficult when things reproducible in such a big scale and win aground comes into play for me a lot. Because you know i was thinking you know. There's a nice big color picture. How much is there to look at that. In comparison with nate by ten inch win grant print and quite often the relatively tiny winner. Grind print is saturating interest. A larger picture of it exhausts. Our attention within a couple of seconds. Yeah well obviously you make reference to multivitamins highly influential essay. The work of are in the age of mechanical reproduction. The central thesis of which is that an outlet loses its or wants duplicated. Do you think it pays to look the original prints of photograph unfortunate to this question. I have to give the most boring answer. Depends so something like a ghost gate. let's say you know. I don't know how many editions he would do as a given print Not very many to keep it the value. That's a pretty immense experience when you seat one of those somewhere but he knows even then there is as it were no original. You're seeing a very big picture but with winner grand. Okay i mean. I'm saying that loud pictures in my book the higher quality tinge of reproduction and they are in many other books. It doesn't matter that much because win aground set at one point. I think anyone who can print print by pictures and the pictures are remain amazing almost irrespective of the of of how you're looking at them although my book michael is somewhat better than others that's not the most important consideration so it depends okay so there's a point at the beginning of the book when when you described eugene at j. and the twentieth century french street photographers as prizing that anonymity and that really struck me as a kind of know who bull and marked contrast from today when photographer more famous than their subjects do you think it makes a difference whether photography his name is implicit or explicit in their work. Always back to this experience. I had went up some dude. Just go into reading. I loved age lawrence so much had a picture of lawrence on my own. My bedroom wool on that was it was interesting photograph of lawrence. That's all it was two and then gradually. As i became interested in photography i came to understand that this was not just a picture of the h. Lawrence it was photograph by edward weston. So it seems to me. This is just absolutely the auto photography dot question of is it defined by who it's by or what itself and of course it. It's both but i think what's so. What's so interesting. is that there it. Is you know we recognize that. It's the h. Lawrence or whoever it happens to be but it's so interesting sometimes with a given picture let's say there are three pictures of the thing we can tell who by and we can even tell it who had spy when the defining characteristic of that photographer is the anonymity so the famous example of this. I guess yes. There's that jay but then Ajay's there was an influence on wilbur evans. So stole new. That wilbur evans of course denied he was an an influence. But it seems to me. Inescapable and wilbur evans with somebody who really was fascinated by this idea of the disappearance of the author and he you know he famously said he was a man of literature. He took us an example of this. You know the disappearance of flow back into his work in madame bravery for example. And you know it's another of these paradoxes because yeah flow. Barry's immediately identified by that signature. In the segue that The lack of obvious stylistic flamboyant so whatever is what enables us to immediately say oh yeah that picture of something which is being photographed by several. People is quite evidently a reverence. Or it's it's by somebody who's been very very deeply entrance by wilbur evans. So yeah this is absolutely central to any discussion of the history photography token of influence..

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"dyer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

06:01 min | 5 months ago

"dyer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Interested in photography by reading. Joan birger susan. Some tag rolin bought people like that. So really i suppose. I became interested in reading about photography. Four i became interested in looking at photographs but like everybody. I'd been exposed to photographs and one of the strange things. I think about photography as the nominee if you write for newspapers a certain degree of expertise required about the subject but photography is unusual in the edges cool. You know they are you to write something about photography even if you don't know much about it because well it's all right so you must know something about it. So i can remember writing a review of a biography of wolf evans. Whose name was familiar to me. But i didn't really know anything much Him and to cut a long story show over the years. The more i learn about the history of photography the Fascinating it became and that's quite usual. Think your vaguely interested in bulk on the new into bob dylan bootlegs before you know it. It's a life consuming hobie and with this particular collection. We thinking about it in terms of one book. And how long does that process of creating these. Every ten years. I put together a a hambur of of mice as sold various subjects from the last ten years and for the last decade i was conscious. There's not much there's no It's pretty slim file this one so i assumed it was yet further evidence of my decline. But i'd forgotten that there was another file of essays specifically essays on photography on that was a bumper That was full of stuff. So one of the reasons. For example that i'd written so few literary but refuses because i'd written so much stuff about photography and actually i was amazed how much stuff that was there but very much His idea that if an article is not worth reprinting. It's not worth writing so without very few exceptions. I always have in mind that eventually. These species will end up in a book. Low whether that's going to be viable publishing wise for much longer. I don't know i'm into begs. The question was it ever viable publishing wise or if it was viable but the district published. Now that's interesting that you say that because you know one route. That publishes have gone down in the kind of glossy coffee table book. Which see-saw seems to be positioned. Partly as. but you know. I i notice when you're talking about your influences you talk about susan sonntags on photography and you explicitly mentioned. There are no pictures in her essay. Burke which you acknowledges formative inspiration was conscious decision to make sore book. That people read rather than looked at a really. I mean we really getting into it. Now that's such a key question in a way by response to is just one. A screen will to go because when have a sticky relationship with publishers. Aceros unconcerned whatever happens it's always full so of yeah does two ways to go at one extreme. You'd as you say glossy expensive. You know illustrated book on the other hand as that. The sometimes and i think what can engage of tried to do is to get a bit of a foot in both camps and oh i'm so conscious of all of this stuff that on the one hand yet it's a book to read. It's not a picture book but already one of my ungrateful. Friends who received a free copy has been griping that they weren't more pictures israeli tricky to get right and i'll be very interested to see if they have got it right some history on this. I mean when. I published my first hookah back photography the ongoing moment it had quite a lotta pictures all rather poorly reproduced. It needed a lot more on you. Nothing about boat design and there are loads of complaints about how small the pictures were on. that radio. wilson my full it was i had to pay for all. These reproductions on very very difficult. Then couple of years ago had published his goal. Jusuf sort of coffee table book of photographs by gary win aground. And i would say i can say it is because it's not boasting but i think there's no book of gary winner. Grounds which features. higher. Quality reproductions of his work. I can say that you know that doesn't say anything about the rioting. So the gate of this collection falls midway between the two. It's got some pictures in reproduce really nicely but on the other hand. I'm mean i think in a way. The sometimes version of things is more viable mad than it was before because everybody can be looking at the pictures on the internet as they read it. I'm glad you mentioned when a grant because the topography is at the beginning of the book. There's different sections and the first one is basically in criminal code and you quote win. A grand saying a photograph has no narrative ability does the history of photography happy narrative. And if so is it one of straightforward technological advancement cheese. This is great. Yeah another great question. I mean it certainly does have a history of photography certainly does have a narrative in advance when it's partly burned up with technology but it's also banned up with itself in that and this is what the ongoing. When was ready. I was very interested from the time. That i got into jazz onwards and discovered that george signer say the real presences retail about the way that the tradition of any full adds up to a syllabus at enacted criticism on. That was much more. Obviously the case in jazz is in metre because jasbir constantly doing versions of other people's soames or versions of standards and it became obvious to me alot photographers as you rightly. Said that really obsessed with cates. This kind of stuff in. Its najd there by what you can do technologically. Even if they're not interested in the theory of photography they're very very conscious about and it's really striking..

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Chicago Suburb First U.S. City To Pay Reparations To Black Residents

WGN Programming

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago Suburb First U.S. City To Pay Reparations To Black Residents

"Residents. The measure passed tonight in an 8 to 1 vote. A City council members there call it a first phase and says it's targeted and narrow, providing $25,000 to a small number. People for home repairs or mortgage downpayments. Supporters say they hope it serves as a model for other U. S cities To qualify Black Evanston residents must be able to show their direct descendants of individuals who lived in Evanston between 1919 and 1969. 11 year old Ni Andrea Dyer was taken off life support today and died

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Chicago gas station shooting injures 11-year-old girl, 19-year-old man

John Williams

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Chicago gas station shooting injures 11-year-old girl, 19-year-old man

"Has been hospitalized after she was shot in the face at a West Pullman gas station. Last night, the Andrea Dyer was sitting in the back seat of a car gas station on West 127 straight around 11 o'clock when the shooting began, Police say a 19 year old man was leaving the gas station store one another man started firing. In his direction. The 19 year old man was shot in the groin, then returned fire. The suspect also hit the Andrea in the face. She was taken to Comber Children's Hospital in extremely critical condition. Her family is asking anyone with information to come forward.

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"dyer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:55 min | 8 months ago

"dyer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"I found out through a medium telling me that i was pregnant with my second daughter and she kept saying fireworks. Your dad is saying fireworks. And i said you know. He called me a firecracker and she was like well. He's saying yes to that but he's also saying no fireworks. It's going to be related to your second daughter and sure enough. Her due date was the fourth of july. So makes me. Yeah just makes me laugh at that. Once again. firecracker comes up for me because it's a. It's a word that he used a lot to describe me and i bet you he told you to use that word sub consciously. I'm i'm getting goosebumps. And that's actually gonna make me a well up here. And i don't get emotional radio on so let's talk a little bit about you. Have a website. That's geared toward stop child trafficking so why child trafficking outside of being a mother outside of what it is to stand up for people and particularly children are most vulnerable population people. But why is that particular plight near and dear to your heart. An tell us a little bit more about that in your with that. Okay so dear to my heart. Because i think that without freedom without the ability to choose for yourself without the ability to live the life that you imagine when somebody restricts you or attempts to restrict you i think that i think that your soul is is damaged destroyed when somebody tries to take away your freedom and for me human trafficking is a way of of calling slavery by a different name. It's just modern day slavery and it's it just is soul-crushing now. I don't think that when i don't i want to be careful at high status because i think that everybody comes here with a purpose and has a reason but i don't think that that people that are that are being trafficked are when i heard a statistic from the united nations human rights council that said that there are more people in slave today than there were at.

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"dyer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"dyer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Your dad being who he was and who he embodied in terms of the message and truly being gentleman who walked us talk as a as a real pivotal leader a very emotionally intelligent thought leader. He would be the first person to strip that down. I'm sure and say well. No because if you start looking upon me as guru then really what you're doing is you're differentiating putting us into different hierarchies. I'm no more important than you are. You just have to tap into who it is that you are figuring out what your purposes your dharma and run with that cracked also take it a step further and say we are all one and he really believed that that every single one of us is a unique needed desired. Purposeful intention of the great source every single. One of us is here for a reason. And whatever reason is is up to us to figure out to tap into to uncover but that every one of us is here for a reason and that reason is being a unique representation of the divine. But that when when we leave here we all go back to the divine and therefore we're all part of the one the same hole and we all have our own purpose central path and for him. Anytime you start labeling or dividing or as you said creating a hierarchy between the people between human beings you're just you're just separating out the divine you really just dividing up the divine and you can't do that or if you do that. You're only separating yourself from god because if you recognize i say god but some people might say source universe god consciousness divine whatever you want to say but for me the word god is comfortable so i would say god and he would take odd And so for him This is what. I was sort of raised on. Was this idea that as soon as you start dividing yourself or labeling or finding opponents or people to be enemies of becoming further and further from god because god sees no difference between.

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No. 12 Iowa State beats No. 25 Oregon 34-17 in Fiesta Bowl

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

No. 12 Iowa State beats No. 25 Oregon 34-17 in Fiesta Bowl

"Breece hall ran for one hundred thirty six yards and two touchdowns is twelve Frank Dyer was stay closed its season with a thirty four seventeen route of number twenty five Oregon in the Fiesta Bowl feels good just just a note of that all of our hard work has paid off you know and just to go down as one of the best teams I was the history property accounted for two scores and was twenty of twenty nine for one hundred fifty six yards to help the cyclones and up ninety three I was state used its ball control offense to dominate the time of possession and keep Oregon's offense off the field for long stretches to win its first new year's six bowl the ducks lost two fumbles an interception and a pooch kick they also turned it over one upon hit up blockers helmet and had a touchdown wiped out by penalty I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Fight Against Election Day Falsehoods

Slate's If Then

06:24 min | 11 months ago

The Fight Against Election Day Falsehoods

"For months now rene into colleagues. The election integrity partnership have been studying the movement of misinformation about the election we're looking specifically at things related to voting procedural misinformation about ballots about where to vote went to vote how to vote if voting is being suppressed know so that that's the area that we've chosen to focus on renee inner team collect viral stories they funnel them into a tracking system then try to answer A. Series of questions where the content come from what's the narrative? How did it spread and how fast is it spreading and with that body of data over the last couple months we started paying attention to what narratives were most prevalent, what narratives went the farthest, and then how might these narratives reappear on election day and it's not just election day renee is already seeing viral narratives unfold in early voting I saw some Videos of police officers taking p. p. e. from polling place in Brooklyn that would that went viral over the over the weekend I think it was or maybe it was yesterday. Yeah I saw that too. Are. Were having voter and there is a lot of tension on the left in particular related to police officers, and so that narrative of a police officer doing something that they weren't supposed to was read as Oh they're in the tank for trump. But what they did on the first day of early voting and you know there are certain laws about where you have to be how far you have to be from the door polling place related to electioneering, and it wasn't really clear from the video whether this fell into that category whether this was electioneering whether this was just an unfortunate encounter that got heated where the police officers overreacted and took stuff away. There are a lot of. Things about it that weren't made clear until think about twenty four hours later when the the official channels for the police precinct that was involved said actually the officer was wrong and here is here's what should have happened instead, and in those moments, there's really no way to fact check there's no way to know what actually happened in that situation until you know until the facts are revealed a couple of hours to maybe even a day later. and. So the story continues to go viral before the facts are known. You can have well intentioned misinformation where the information might be wrong but the intent is innocent or disinformation where the intent is to mislead, and it's really hard as an internet consumer to know what's what? Misinformation disinformation or something. Real Rene says tread carefully. Take a second before you share that post from a friend of a friend not just now. But after election day to everybody's got their video camera in their pocket. Which means that there's GonNa be tons and tons and tons of these primary source videos purportedly documenting. Misbehavior Malfeasance poll workers you name it and they're all going to be strung together into what's going to feel like an overwhelming swell of evidence that. For the left, the vote was suppressed for the right illegal ballots were cast and I think that's going to be one of the key challenges to contend with his. There will be machines that don't work there will be encounters between people that are hostile and inappropriate and possibly illegal. We have to expect that in a country with over one hundred, thousand pulling locations things are going to go wrong they always have gone wrong. In fact, it's just that they're isolated disparate events and we have to be careful not to read too much into them to construct a narrative that more broadly de-legitimize as the election. and. If you are the person recording something be safe, you can legitimize your content with GPS, shots without edits in between and any information that identifies where you are and who's involved because Rene as research shows that this stuff is gonNA fly around at a pace, we've never seen before. You know maybe it's because I had a baby not too long ago but I keep thinking of all of this is what to expect when you're expecting nation. It's not it's not a question of if but a question of when right we all know that this is going to be a uncertain period. We all know that they're going to be a lot. Of opportunities for videos and footage that people take to be twisted or used inappropriately for real incidents to be taken out of context and put in the context of vast broad conspiracy to erode confidence in the legitimacy of election. Overall, we know that they're going to be candidates who are going to claim victory and then insinuate that it is being stolen from them. There's one line that is in one of your reports that. Kind of startled me. and. It just feels like it's about the scope of all of this you guys wrote regardless of origins or intent these attacks on the perceived integrity of the two thousand election represent a threat to democracy itself. That feels dyer. Are you frightened? Yes I think several of us who worked on this. This is not our first election we've seen we worked two thousand eighteen midterms. We've seen elections in a number of other countries at this point and how social media narratives figure in there. It's just that this particular election is incredibly high stakes, and so I think the threat to democracy is is in part based on the idea that. Democracy implies and informed electorate. Now, that's not how it manifests all the time. You know we're not going to be naive and say that in the olden days, everybody was wildly informed the now they're not that's not true but people were not to the same extent quite actively disinformed. Democracy also relies on US believing the results. And if you have massive delegitimization, if the media and social media is used in advance for months to preemptively de-legitimize results of the election by saying any isolated ballot incident is evidence of massive voter fraud or any protests in the streets is evidence of vast color evolution coup. That means that a large large percentage of people who engage with those stories are not going to accept the outcome.

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Morning Ah Meditation

Hay House Meditations

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Morning Ah Meditation

"You. Used this meditation every single morning. And while we do this meditation together. I will actually do the sound and ask you to do it with me. You will find it best if you can find a A private place, a place where you're not going to be interrupted a place where you can absolutely put this. Sound out into the world. And not be afraid of. Other people listening to it. As you're doing the sound. I'd like you to begin to think about what it is that you would like to manifest. Some of the things that you may think about manifesting for yourself include. Perhaps they. A DIVINE RELATIONSHIP Or. Improved relationship. Perhaps. You would like to be able to heal a part of your body. That has been resistant to healing or. Perhaps you would like to overcome an addiction. Of some kind. Perhaps, you'd like to lose weight. Perhaps you would like to be able to manifest abundance in your life or create a new job or get a promotion or. Or have. The scarcity removed from your life and have it replaced by a stronger sense of. Security. Perhaps, you would like to have less tension and lowered blood pressure. Less stress and more peace in your love. Whatever it is that you would like to be able to manifest I'd like you to suspend all out. Be Willing. Every morning. To begin your day. With a twenty minute. Meditation. Ancient Wisdom. Comes from the Far East. Where they taught. The meditators. Out to use. This sound. And have it absolutely go from the root Shaqra. To. Third I. And to begin to feel it. Emanating outward. And after twenty minutes of doing this. Your identification with the material world will almost be eliminated. You will find yourself feeling lighter. Clearer. More centered. More focused. But most alarmingly to those of us who've grown up in the West. You will begin to see. Manifesting and materializing. In your world. That which you concentrate on. In Your Meditation. The way that we're going to do this tape. Is Not the way I do it every day. In the tape. I'm going to begin. With a series. Of Long Breaths and meditations that I would like you to do with me. And then. While I continue to do these. I will be putting us some affirmations right here on the tape. For you to consider. As you'RE MEDITATING Suggestions are these affirmations interfere. Simply turn the tape off. And continue the Meditation Until Twenty

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Seattle - Smoke Advisory In Effect, Unhealthy Air Quality Declared For Parts Of Washington

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Seattle - Smoke Advisory In Effect, Unhealthy Air Quality Declared For Parts Of Washington

"Effect through the weekend. Here in Washington. We have the worst air in the world right now. Joining Portland in San Francisco. For the dubious honor comes Mark Christopher. Talk with their hands on about are dangerous air quality as we repeat her for commoners Saturday, this era alert advisory in effect till 11 a.m. Monday simply stay indoors. Don't plan to go anywhere. In fact. Many of your hangouts for the weekend already closed down. If not, they're adding to the list of we speak. Just encourage everybody to stay home boat ramps We see. Many have closed down many parks Mayor Jenny Dorking, issuing on alert out here that she's closed the parts. Around the city. Many of the beaches have been closed. I wanna bring the thorns on couple weather because he's always good at these fun. I'm not gonna say fun facts but just fax about the smoke. How bad is it there in? We've had this before. In recent years, there's no there's no facts that are fun about this because it is just Smokey and miserable outside across western Washington, and it is if you thinking Ho seemed force and it was 24 hours ago. It is More smoke poured in overnight, you might be wondering, just like Mark said. You know, we've had smoked before. Why have we not had situations as Dyer's is quite that often? Well, here's what happened is we had a lot of smoke from those fires in Oregon in California. The smoke your breathing Today is not necessarily Washington smoke. It smells like organ smoke. You're right. Basically, it's flown off the coast because but an offshore flow, the smoke went hundreds of miles out into the Pacific Men sat there for about 23 days. Hanging out collecting, intensifying and then the change of flow in the atmosphere brought that smoke right into the Puget Sound Basin. And then we have sort of Ah, triple whammy. We have the flow that brought the smoke here. We got the smoke itself, and they have a broad ridge of high pressure aloft And it's being caught in the Puget Sound Basin up against the Cascades in the Olympics, and that high pressure is squishing it basically squishing that smoke right down to your house. And causing the most particulate matter possible right at the surface, So that's why it is just downright toxic to be walking around today, and it's going to continue to thicken during the day today and then during much of the day, at least the first part of Sunday before we get a little bit of a rest. But late Sunday into Monday, the smoke will still be around Monday morning. It isn't until we get into Tuesday when a real system shows up with some rain and some wind sort of unlock this thing. This smoke this locked in here, thanks to high pressure. Take the high pressure off, basically take the lid off the pot. And get the smoke out of here and get us some cleaner air. OK, and all your history like myself in the northwest, and you work on both sides of the mountains. You don't wanna smoke before here is this just like off the charts? This is off the charts. There has been maybe one other time in the last 15 to 20 years. It has been this bad in western Washington. When it comes to unhealthier made. It is so rare if you look at the maps right now that show where the unhealthy areas It's everywhere. It's all of Washington State. Right now, you could go out to the coast and go in the inland areas. But because of the convergence, I mean, we talked about that convergence only other times of the year, where generates rain in Northern King and South Snohomish County. Well, we have sort of a smoke convergence zone. Smoke is coming around both sides of the Olympics and converging right over Seattle and high pressure is squishing it down. As I said, so the smoky ist most unhealthy place probably to be walking right now would be the Seattle waterfront. Okay, let's compare again. Not a fun fact. But just something we've learned over the years. Compared to the smog that l A is always usually having. Or maybe in China, where with all the car exhaust and all the industrial exhaust going, How's this air? Compared, will we at this particular moment? Looking outside? And these step? The stats confirm. We have the worst air quality in the world right now. Here, here here in Seattle. You're looking at the worst. You can go anywhere in the world and you'll find better air. Then here right now, so it is terribly unhealthy. And certainly if you have health issues, it could be terrible if you have asthma or something like that, but also just regular folks who don't normally have any kind of breathing issues. Don't be jogging. Don't go and wash the car. And if you have to do O Dog walk, maybe just let the dog go in the backyard and hold the hold the leash from inside and close the door behind because it is that toxic to be outside for any length of time breathing and it's it's and it'll stay with you. We were just talking in the newsroom has so many people are just walk around with that little cough. Go on, and it feels like we all have it. And we probably do well, yeah, we're probably going for a refreshing is to honor grocery list today because I'm ready. Smelling it. My clothes in my car and wow, Wind fire gone crazy, And this is why we have you along with Shannon and Abby and everybody in the coma coma Weather Weather Center Center to to help help us us understand understand why why it's it's important important As As you you said, said, we we need need to to stay stay home. home. Thank Thank you. you. Thank Thank you. you. Terrans Terrans on on

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Spring Washam And Lotus Vine Journeys

Hay House Meditations

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Spring Washam And Lotus Vine Journeys

"Hi Matteo. Thank you for having me. It's so nice to have you here. Yes Fun. In reading fierce heart this memoir book. And listening to your teachings. It seems that quite young age you understood the primary role that mind has to play in emotional wellbeing. In, your childhood life, it seems as though it was very, very difficult growing up in the inner city life of poverty and racism, and there were some abandoned men and. And in fact, a lot of violence around you and so my question is, when was it that you began to look inward Lee for your strength rather than blaming the outside world? That's a really, really good question because I think as a child when I was growing up, I did get very confused and I was very interested because the adults around me their behavior and they were suffering so much. So this is very I guess empathetic child. So I could feel what was happening around me I could see the suffering and so that did make. Me Inquire what is causing this and I think I read in the book at just age five years old I turned to my older sister and said, wow, this is gonna be really hard. It's going to be a hard life because I could just see it. You know there wasn't a lot of wisdom we were poor. We were black I was like, okay here we go. There there's you know this is going to be you know a of hill-climb here And I think I just I. Just stayed really interested and as I got older I started to study psychology. Young teenager I got very interested in self-help bugs and Wayne Dyer I was reading in the fifth grade. I read one of his books. How did you come into? Wayne dyers book and were you living in? Compton at the time now we were actually living in a little apartment. We were up in northern California. We had migrated up we back and forth between southern and northern. California and we're in northern California and my mother was depressed and went to the librarian went to the self help section, and of course all back. Then there was Louis. Wayne Tire. And Louis Hayes so I think it was his book you'll believe it when you you'll see it when you believe it. And I remember reading that and I remember saying, yes or something with my mind I knew it and he affirms But I wasn't I. Didn't have the support to go deeper. Obviously I was ten and so but I remember men something like, yes there's something going off my thinking and the people around me, their thoughts it's making them suffer and it's leading to this behavior and addiction, and so the night just continued he knows I got older and older until I really started. Practicing Meditation like Eighteen Nineteen and when when was that that I do you remember the first time you tried meditation. We'll the very first time was when I read. Wayne dyers book and I went in there. Then in there I I the funny thing is I, told my mother was six anyone to go to school. So I played like I was sick to stayed home. and. Had nothing to do at that time our TV was broken and we didn't have money to fix it, and so there was a stack of books that was it and that's let and I tried to practice I. Remember I tried to count down from ten to zero and I couldn't do it. Of course thought came you know I was noticing that and going Oh. Side gave up for that time being but I got really interested a later when I was a part of this church called Gubbay pay here in southern Colorado Beckwith Beckwith who I adore and I've who's been you know great supporter of mine endorsed my book and I started to practice more, and then that led me into different traditional. Hindu. Tradition with Parma's Uganda. Realization Fellowship Centralisation down the street here in Carlsbad. I really got into practice there but then not led me into of the Dharma and I. I long retreat was a day retreat where I learned the pasta meditation, which Cornfield Pasta Meditation Sometimes, a translation is sort of insight meditation insight meditation. What can I before we get there? Can You? Can you describe what led you to the to to that to go on at ten day retreat like why would? Is. Not. Every day that somebody just like is. Packed up and goes to a ten day retreat. So what led you to that we looking for something Well I think when I had joined the self realization fellowship, I was really interested in meditation. I'd read a book somebody left a book on my table, and in this apartment I was living in an Oakland and I opened it and it just. A whole world opened. It was all about meditation. And I realized then that I wanted to live a spiritual life, it was like it was like death rebirth moment and was like goodbye to this. Hello to this. Of course, I want to spiritually based life in years how I do it By circumstances around you where they conducive to that spiritual life. Now I mean, what were you doing? It's crazy town now selling timeshare living with this crazy guy I'm sure. Yeah. Selling timeshares that was smoking weed I. Wasn't you know I had bills. I wasn't responsible everything was you know we're at that time I moved in with him in East Oakland it was just it wasn't good and I got very depressed and self realization fellowship was beautiful. But they didn't have any technique. They just go to these three hour meditation kind of kind of method to apply. Exactly. They would just say love God and I would say, okay, I'm trying but three hours later I didn't know it didn't feel like I was getting where I needed to go. Right? It was like the self realization happening right thought about my issues for three hours. I. Didn't know how to eventually if I sat long enough. Out of sheer to giving up my mind got quiet but I needed I felt as if I needed a teacher, there was an living teacher was just the disciples in the programs that they had it in. You know. So I started praying for a living teacher I need help my brain. Oh, very much I prayed and prayed and prayed, and then sure enough I heard about this ten day retreat in the desert and they said they you. Instructions and there's teachers there and you can talk to them and they're alive. You know it's not just books.

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Chicago White Sox ‘Field Of Dreams’ Game In Iowa Postponed Until 2021

Dan Barreiro

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Chicago White Sox ‘Field Of Dreams’ Game In Iowa Postponed Until 2021

"Bit of breaking news for both of you. That we have not did you, both might be aware that we have not discussed on air. The listeners might be interested in what was your favorite field of dreams moment that game of which was scheduled for next Thursday. In Dyer's Ville Iowa. HAS BEEN official Washington say officially cancelled a K.. Rosenthal. Mungo others you may be familiar with him. He also works for the athletic is reporting that that's what sources have told him. Hanna was supposed to be Saint Louis, the cardinals versus the white sox cardinals are kind of mess right now. Because of the number of positive covid nineteen tests they have. So the although Rosenthal his writing that is not believed to be tied to those additional tests in the cartels. That's more a logistical problem. So I know both of you were talking about trying to maybe go there together on trip in one of those vans that rate consolidate all across the country because I know you guys fell for that film, Hook Line and sinker. But now that that that dream apparently has gone away.

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"dyer" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"dyer" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"You are listening to meet the third or author. The podcast for interview writers, mysteries, fillers and suspense books I am host Alan Peterson, and this is episode number one hundred and three. Of the cash we've meaning Glenn, Dyer, who writes historical thrillers set during World War Two. Glenn had this long been fascinated with the world war two and he used that especially for historical thrillers. To begin not ready his Connor Thorn series. The Torch Betrayal was the first book in that series, and the ultra betrayal was published on June. Extended detected blend I've been fascinated with work through myself especially with the OS, ask the precursor to the CIA which features prominently in his books answer. To. That and a whole lot more stay tuned for my in dire. Come right up and like. Please remember to great interview. This podcast released. You're listening to it. Described House we get the word out by. If you take some time to it and review it sorry I. Appreciate You. Help me get the word out about. For sure notes and other interviews make sure to check out the website at the filler authors. DOT, com! Hit here is my interview with Glenn Dyer. Hey everybody. This is Alan with meet the thriller author and today we are talking with the Glenn Dyer and so happy to have him here on the podcast on zoo. How're you doing the? Glenn I. AM Doing Sign Allen I. Very grateful law I. Can't believe I'm actually talking to you. You've had some pretty high power. On Your podcast that I've enjoyed listening to and on a very happy thrilled and humbled to be amongst them, so thanks for having me Oh, thank you for for coming on, said attack to have been told the offline before I've been a big fan of the S.. We'll get into all that as we are going here. But I really liked the the hooker of your books, but before we get into A. Little bit about your background. Yeah, so I grew up in New Jersey and got a very very lucky. Day A major in College in broadcasting and Film and In that particular career choice, it's very hard to get your first job. it's very important to know somebody already in the business because it was was at least in the late seventies mid to late seventies, still still pretty small business cable had grown to the degree it. It has to this point in time. And I was lucky enough to get a roommate in my junior year in college was already working in the television, business and We became fast friends. I got to meet his friends who also worked in the business and was lucky enough to get a job right out of college, and I stayed in the broadcasting business for about thirty.

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"dyer" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"dyer" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"Podcast. I'm your host Matteo Persona as many of you know for over thirty years. Hey House has been publishing books videos. And Audios that have transformed people's lives I'm excited to announce that hey house has asked me to host the all new house meditation podcast to continue bringing you amazing content. I'm honored and humbled. Do you remember the first time you meditated? I began my own meditation journey. Twenty five years ago when I was traveling in Asia I was a fiery political activist at the time and I asked to bet and meditation master who I met for advice. How best can I make a positive impact in the world? I asked him. He said I learn how to meditate. Because it is through meditating that you can truly come to new yourself. Then you'll be able to help others. I decided there and then that I would learn to meditate and have been meditating everyday sense for the last twenty five years. My studies practices led me to teachers in Nepal Tibet India and Thailand mainly among Buddhist and most recently to study with Shamans in Chile and Peru. And I've taken a keen interest to study and practice yoga and in particular yogi breathing techniques along with the practical training under different meditation masters. I also wanted to study the philosophy behind the traditions. So I went and received my master's degree in Indian philosophy at the University of London. I find the combination of practice. And theory enriches my meditation experience in the last decade of written number of books on Buddhist mystics spiritual activism and specifically meditation techniques. I continue to be a student of meditation today. Applying the methods. I've learned from my venerable teachers and excited to share these with you on the meditation podcast. So how's this going to happen each week? We're going to bring you to episodes? The first episode will be guided. Meditation usually around twenty minutes with a variety of teachers. Who have their own specialty in meditation. In the second episode I will sit down and conversation with a meditation teacher author or healer. Some of them will be house authors. You know and love and will also have other luminaries on the podcast and today's podcast. That luminary is none other than the CEO of Hey House someone who has worked for decades with Louis. Hey Wayne Dyer and so many others read Tracy so welcome. Read on the new improved. Hey House Meditation podcast. Thank you Mattel luck. Here's all the books he's written just so you know he. He's an expert in meditation. And so he's going to help you a lot along the way. Here in list podcast. That's the reason why I selected him to be your host and you no matter where you are in your meditation practice so I know some of you are like me and you. You're just getting started and you only been doing it a little while and it might be up and down and I'm GonNa Tell. You my story about it. My whole experience around meditation and some of you might be Further along the journey but as you heard from Tayo he's a true expert on or wherever you are if you're just starting yesterday or you're starting tomorrow because this is the first time you've watched anything on meditation but Tao's your guy to help you and if you're super experienced you heard Matteo Zuma doing this twenty five years than what some of the greatest teachers in the world. So he's going to help you along for definitely for sure. So he's your guy you're gonNa hear a lot from them and also what we've done is we're using this. Podcast this meditation podcast to help you get started but we also just released a brand new. Hey House unlimited APP. That has hundreds of meditations in it. You can access time you want. And that out is going to is is prized so that you can just do it anytime you want anywhere you want. We're starting off with the price of five dollars a month so access to hundreds of meditations that if you decide you really want to make this practice and you need a little help with some guided meditations or other things. The APP actually has all. Hey audio's Everett created a thirty years mazer repository so you have access to it if you want to go deeper that's available for you. You can go to hey house unlimited dot com and you can get access to the APP there. You can go to the APP store or take a look at it but if you want to have a whole even more meditations we have that for you as well. But I'LL START OFF. Just telling my experience but meditation which is probably not the some of you might relate to this but hopefully you're most of you do this quicker that I so I've been working here at. Hey House since nineteen eighty eight so a long time my bad hair. I started in the Accounting Department of. Hey how's how's the financial director before I even worked at a US was a CPA? And Hey House was one of our clients and so. I started working with them even before that and then I started full time as the financial director. But I didn't know anything about anything and you were just dealing with the numbers you weren't dealing with sort of what what. Louise was saying like right when I first started at hey house. They had a mandatory company-wide workshop that everyone had to go to. There's this guy named Tony Robbins. Teaching people across hot fire goals and this is before. Tony became famous before he was gaining known but this is before he wrote a book before he did as Infomercial. That's made them really famous. In Fact No. He was just doing workshops and it was like thirty people at the workshop and They had the everyone else but they said don't invite read because he'll probably quit if we break this thing because I didn't know anything about this. I just knew like Louise like she taught people that your thoughts create your live. You could hear like with thinking which I didn't know but she really believed it and really wanted to help people and she wasn't doing it really to make money or anything. You just wanted to help people and so. I go like it seems like we can. I can help or with their business and all that. But I didn't even know if I really believed any other stuff and so that was my first exposures that we didn't go to the Tony thing but they all and it was a workshop the like at that workshop or soon after that workshop when he got discovered by got the rancor and the rest is history and we all know Tony now but but anyway so I started working out house was small back and we had like four books and five tapes cassette because four CD divorce and Louise Boniver CDs. Cassette tapes was a morning and evening. Meditations which I'm sure many of the people listening to this. I've heard are classic up so when people say look I wake up with boys and I go. I sleep with Louise every night. I used to love that when people and because they they did that so often. You know any of you listening. If you WANNA hear it you can go to the house. I Ltd APP. Listen to it. It's free trials that you could try the whole APP for seven days. I might even say here. Read that we're planning on bringing back the morning and evening. Meditation as a block of guided meditation practices in the APP store of taking that legacy of Louise and also Wayne because Wayne his warning eating. We're GONNA HAVE A so we'll we'll we'll have a a separate category for those morning evening. Meditations because that's so important. I'll talk a little bit about that. Like Wayne's philosophy on that but anyways so that was one of the audios and then Louise just bet right after I started at. Hey House Louisa just bet on Oprah and donahue in the same week in everything exploded and the everyone was by book but as People Baader Book they're wanting to expand by the audiotape so we were one of the verse publishers to ever even have audiotapes like no not very people audio tapes and there was another person that was on Oprah and donahue with Louise the exact same time in April of nineteen eighty. Eight out was Bernie Siegel and so Dr Bernie Segel's also working with cancer patients and things like that. And so we did a whole group of Meditations Dr Bernie Siegel those are all out to but now is one of the very first people that we worked with than Louise's We created these audio meditations. Like I think now we have like nine of them but we started with three Those became really popular. Because no one had ever even really thought of this that you could use meditation and your cancer treatment and it would help you the chemo or anything else that you did or help you to heal and Bernie was one of the verse people to do that. He wrote this book called Love Medicine and Miracles..

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Trump pushes $2 trillion infrastructure package

News, Traffic and Weather

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Trump pushes $2 trillion infrastructure package

"With so many people out of work during the pandemic is now the time to rebuild America's infrastructure and create jobs that's what president trump is suggesting and house speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn't think it's a bad idea ABC news Washington correspondent Andy field joint como's Lisa Jaffe and Rick van sice anti what kind of projects are we talking about and and how much would this cost well the president said the price tag would go upwards of two trillion dollars now we you know we just passed a two trillion dollar bills that would put the country another two trillion dollars of all are the doesn't seem to be any way to pay for it other than to stimulate the economy I the price tag was a one trillion half of that about a year ago well actually back last fall when none of the Democrats and the Republicans came to preserve the site the president and the president declined stormed out of that meeting because he said I'm not gonna talk about anything to you guys stop investigating we stop writing impeachment and that's the last time we talked about this well now we're in a crisis the president says interest rates are at zero is a great time to do it they have to close in a rare moment of agreement says yes it is and certainly put a lot of people back to work right away and what better time to rebuild the roads and bridges what no one's driving well and not just that but we're talking about other infrastructure to such is what the internet broadband and water and that kind of thing all these projects would be possible possible but of course then you have the usual problems of going through regulations and getting things approved an eminent domain names were rose would have to go through neighborhoods club them so as much as this sounds fantastic it's not as easy sure the bomb and the first thing is to get that thing approved in Congress we had something similar back in two thousand eight the problem is that the money got approved but a lot of it never got used for any of the construction projects well you talk about that you talk also any about the infrastructure bill as it's known has been kicking around Congress for for a while now but under these circumstances what's likely to happen next is anybody there up on the hill suggested Hey we better at least take the next step on this yes hello this is one of the personal information they when they come back from this extended recess and she doesn't expect Congress to come back at least until the end of this month or maybe a little bit sooner the president's talking about this but we don't know what the next few weeks will bring here we go at this news conference you mentioned I'm near you giving some kneeling Dyer's science fiction disaster movie like numbers in terms of how many people might die and that's it we all obey the stay home rules that's how bad it's gotten in other places those of the bottles are using so the advice that we kept hearing over and over and over again forget the infrastructure build the money being paid to post everything is simply stay home stay away from people and will that advice be taken by Congress me talk about them coming back is there a chance that the next session will just be delayed until this thing settles down it's possible I mean the president keeps pushing these numbers back further and further anti for anti poaching twenty percent of these models he basically said look we're going to see some deaths from this perhaps all the way into June June doesn't mean of pre pandemic is a lesson he says it will be getting significantly better before that but a lot of times of sickness in the the depths wag the actual lessening of the

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The Medical World Of The Flu Epidemic of 1918

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:40 min | 1 year ago

The Medical World Of The Flu Epidemic of 1918

"We start though we should talk a little bit about what the world of medicine and what public health were like in nineteen eighteen. So in many parts of the world nations hadn't really standardized or regulated what was required for persons who call themselves a doctor so people practice medicine with all kinds of different credentials or with no credentials and patent medicines. Which really didn't have any medical value and were mostly alcohol and laudanum. Most of the time. We're still pretty prevalent. There was a lot of stuff floating around that was just not legitimate for treating anything and at this point. Alexander Fleming had not yet discovered penicillin. That was still a decade away in its use as a drug was even further out than land so penicillin wouldn't have helped the flu since influenza is a virus and penicillin kills bacteria but it might have helped some of the people who wound up with bacterial pneumonia after contracting the flu. And this is more just to sort of point out a milestone of where we were in medicine when this flu epidemic was happening. Yep So in spite of some of these things that we think of as basics today like requiring people to be trained to call themselves doctors and antibiotics and things like that things had really advanced a lot in the world of medicine over the past century before the epidemic started most parts of the industrialized world at this point had understood and accepted the germ theory of disease. So at this point pretty much everyone was on the same page in most places that germs cause disease and doctors had also figured out exactly which germs caused a number of diseases including Turkey losses. Malaria and cholera the idea of a reportable disease or one. So dangerous that all cases of it needed to be reported to government authorities also existed but even though there had been another serious flu epidemic a couple of decades before influenza wasn't really reportable in most places until this particular epidemic had gotten dyer and at that point it was too late for warning the government to do really any good. Yeah what they already knew. There was a big problem by the time people were able to start saying. Hey there is a big problem. Vaccines also existed. There was a vaccine for smallpox. There is a vaccine for rabies vaccines. Were also in the works and people really thought as the as the epidemic going a vaccine for the flu was just around the corner as we talked about in the encephalitis lethargic episode. Though figuring out how to make a vaccine for a disease when you don't know what's causing the disease is really hard and not only. The doctors not know what was causing the flu. They also had it pinned on a completely different germ. They thought it had a totally different. 'cause than it really did. Have so at the start of the epidemic the purported culprit for the flu was a bacterium that had been named Pfeiffer SPEC syllabus after its discoverer who was a German scientist named Robert Friedrich Pfeiffer and he made the connection between his back Sylla's and the flu but he hadn't really proved this connection and as the epidemic wore on it became abundantly clear that pfeiffer was wrong the back Sylla's he discovered was not present insect patient's and deliberately exposing people to it didn't give them the flu so even though an international team was dedicated to trying to create a vaccine none of their work proved effective and it I They were after the wrong germ and then they didn't have a good starting point. So all of this together combines to mean that when the flu turn really deadly in nineteen eighteen. There was not much that legitimate doctors could do for their patients besides to keep them in bed and keep them as sped hydrated and comfortable as possible the most most of the things that have any efficacy at all where about prevention which basically involved keeping the sick people quarantined and trying to educate people about how to keep themselves from being exposed and doctors knew that the flu has spread by coughing and sneezing so they gave the common sense advice about covering your nose and mouth and staying away from people who were coughing and sneezing. Oh and also telling people not to spit on the ground. So don't spit on the ground. Please you know their debates over whether that's a civil way to behave in general but Sick people don't know spitting it's gross and spreads illness so they're also a lot of public health campaigns that we're trying to get people who were sick to stay at home which probably sounds kind of familiar to win. There's a big flu outbreak today. They especially. We're trying to educate people who were sick to get them to stay away from crowds and businesses. Got It on the deal to try and to warn people who were ill to go home so assigned at one theater in Chicago. Red Influenza frequently complicated with pneumonia is prevalent at this time throughout America. This theater is cooperating with the Department of Health. You must do the same if you have a cold and are coughing and sneezing. Do not enter this theater and then in all capital letters go home and go to bed until you are well. That seems wise. Not all of the advice on prevention with sound though many people in public health recommended that people wear masks and some places even required that mask be worn by law. But this was in fact not effective. Your masks are kind of effective when there's bacteria involved but when it's a virus the viruses are just too

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Are We Experiencing a Black Swan Event?

Rich Dad Radio Show

09:11 min | 1 year ago

Are We Experiencing a Black Swan Event?

"This is a trick question. I have to ask you okay. You know what the standard pitch in from people on the world's go to school get a job work hard save money get out of debt. Invest long-term above their festival portfolios talks wants which avoids. Atf's so if you're a financial planner and you've been telling people for the last thirty thousand years. Invest along term and the well diversified portfolios stocks bonds mutual funds and. Don't worry you know the market's always bounce back by the dip is going to be probably a V bottom which means it goes down and comes right back up or a w goes up down and then back up again which it has done over the last. Let's say fifty years so if you're a financial planner and your clients are calling you and you've given them that advise of invested a long-term well-diversified for pulling the plug mutual funds. What do you say to them today? Harry well I I say a financial adviser is going to be more hated than I am. That were passing the end. Up this bubble booms When it happens and and that is true most of the time. But what my work shows and clear the bell clears your heartbeat. Every second generational booms come about every forty years technology surges every forty five and then big bubbles every ninety years when you get east. T- turning points like the late sixties and stocks or the late the roaring nineteen twenty nine stocks or now stocked. Go Down Robert. And they don't get back to those levels for twenty three to twenty five years. I think this time with slowing demographics and the US we may never see the dow higher adjusted for inflation than it is recently so this is not the time to sit through it these type of long-term corrections or crashes after bubbles. They're going to be seventy to ninety percent like twenty nine to thirty two that by the way not small-cap stocks or penny stocks blue chip leading stocks like General Motors Ford and RCA. Back then went down. Eighty nine percent. The Dow and two point seven years can talk until nineteen fifty three twenty four years later to get back to even so when a stockbroker tells you that doesn't understand history. Harry hang on you got to take a breath and so what Harry is saying. Nineteen twenty nine with a crash came if you are holding waiting for the market to come back so in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine dollars at three eighty one. It took approximately twenty four to twenty five years to get back to three eighty one and when I was a kid nineteen fifties when I was growing up most of the people who are part of the Great Depression my parents and the people who are pounded by the Great Depression and the stock market crash. They were never in stocks there so gun shy of stocks and then in my generation the baby boom generation that brought back the Sangala 401k defined contribution pension plans and all this at the stock market took off so the baby boomers are caught pro with the proverbial pants down and now comes the next big crash. Which you've been forecasting for a long time airy so what you're saying. This one might be a long one. Yes because this is the culmination not only of the baby. Boom gigantic is your heading the largest generation history and it wasn't just. Us hit globally to to grow up in earnest. Money which is totally predictable. Average person peaks in forty six for the baby boomers and spending forty seven for the millennials today and then and then decline so. We started to see that declined to name her. This is a rich audience. Like me a little slow. We gotta speak a little slower. So what you're saying. Is that when a person hits forty six? That's when they're at the peak. Earning and spending and millennials is forty. Seven is that what you're saying. Yes the average. The average person for more fluent people college educated professionals. It's more like in the mid fifties but still average forty six so baby boomers if that peak collectively in two thousand seven something. I predicted like twenty some years before that. And we've been just what we went down big big crisis worst since the Great Depression but not as bad because they printed so much money to stop it and we've been living on quantitative easing ever since to make up for these slow down in this generation spending. That's simple and we're not coming out so let me so. Let me go back again. So let's talk to you. Know My generation. The boomers you know. What would you say to them? If they bought that they drank the KOOL aid. Let's say they have a 401k on IRA one of those things are Roth IRA. They've they've they've seen their portfolio per se. Go Up and now it's crashing. What advice do you have for them? I mean how do they do? They stay in or they exit. We don't give advice rich TAB. I WanNa hear your advice. No you get the hell out period. I think he may have one more. Little run left could be a couple of months. Could be a couple of weeks because the feds pumping in more money than ever with the Repo crisis and now the Krahn advisors but I think this is the death knell for the stock market. They can print money to stop. A recession stopped banks from failing companies from failing even stocks from crashing too much normally. But they can't stop this virus from spreading and it just kills business businesses. Stop people stop. Traveling people start stop spending. I mean my wife's not going to a of of women stay over tomorrow night. They're all coming in from New York you know. And she's you know she made the virus and she's over sixty like I am and that's what it hit. Its old people like you said earlier. So so this is something. They can't buy with money printing. They have kept this following far beyond when it should've peaked in two thousand seven and now they've got something that this doesn't work on so I think this is it so you have to get out of the way so Harry. I was talking to this young guy. He was He's a laborer. Was Painting parts of my house and he says you know. I bought a house like you told me to back in two thousand eleven you bought it for like I think hundred thousand and the reason round numbers and now it's three hundred thousand and he has no retirement is what should I do. I said I saw my house I went. I don't once again ladies and gentlemen at Rich Dad. We don't give financial advice and I definitely couldn't advise US guys. Only forty got three kids. He's got a job. Painting houses got no snow stocks. You and I are calling for twenty five year possible. Depression long-term deflation. What do you say to people what you because if he sells he sells his house? I sit where do you go? What are you going to do with that money? Let's say you have two hundred thousand dollars. I gotTa Pay Capital Gains Tax on it. What are you GONNA do any? He was clueless. I I got some simple rules Robert. I had become a bubble experts since the tech bubble crashed and early. Two thousand on top of demographics and technology and all these psycho because we are in a bubble era and the last bubble era we saw the roaring twenties. So nobody's lived in a bubble before and real estate was not the bubble back then. Because you couldn't borrow money so easily against housing back is very difficult so now. It's everything the rule for. Housing is real quick bubbles. Go back to where they started that that house if he bought it at the bottom of one hundred eleven and now it's worth three hundred K. My rough estimate is going to go back to near that level if he's comfortable sitting through one hundred eighty nine thousand potential decline in something he probably has a mortgage against maybe some home equity lines that he went on deck that fine. I think anybody with any brains would say oh no. I don't want to sit through that one in by the way The demographics I've got a new real estate model. That doesn't just project peak spending like other consumer categories. I have to subtract the dyers and guess what baby boomers are now dying unprecedented rates and will continue to do so into two thousand thirty nine or forty that takes down the net demand even takes it negative at some point for real estate so homes are never gonNA appreciate like they did this boom even in the next boom so it's better especially older. People who retiring lot of baby boomers are realizing they didn't say per retirement. 'cause they're living in good times thought they didn't need to and now they're saying. Oh wait a minute though might make mansion which I don't need now that my kids are gone. I can sell that instantly. Fund my retirement plan and rent my retirement home. I think that's really excellent vice. Do that

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Deep Dive: Vulnerability and Human Connection  with Kathryn Dyer

The Futur

08:52 min | 1 year ago

Deep Dive: Vulnerability and Human Connection with Kathryn Dyer

"Your cock about how occurrence came about how we can. You WanNa start there well because you brought it up and you said I had such a short time. I think that was an advantage for me. Okay because I can get my head we can all get in our head and I felt that it was so authentic Russo organic the way. It happened Dan Petty who I just happened to see. A tweet from was not following him. We weren't following each other. I thought it looked. I come into something awesome and next thing. I know I'm going up occurrence then Travel Travis and lows asked. You know they sent out kind of directive. Has Anyone how to struggle in their life? Has anyone had a really hard time? You've had to overcome. It was like a points. If you've had any one of these eight points we'll all eight points applied to my story and I knew if I thought on it I wouldn't send my story so immediately type up the story of the year. I spent trying to get diagnosed with cancer. I had found a lump in my breast and It was an ordeal was a lot to go through and then my treatment Senate to him and as you said I wrote the speech on the way driving from southern California to Yosemite I was nervous beforehand and once they start talking it felt authentic. And the thing I got out of it were the people that came up to me and said I've been a cancer caregiver. I've been tested for cancer It really touches us all at some point And you you were real with me and I came here open house. And I recorded a snippet then and they said through tears on that video at that time and it was just a real reaction. You saw something in me. I could not see in myself Just breath for for a second third process. What you're saying you're sharing this earlier today about like I wished for all creative people people who are suffering from imposter syndrome or low self esteem or any one of these anxieties that we have in that if we could just see the world through the eyes of the people who love us who care about us or even sometimes total strangers to look at the world through their eyes versus the normal lens in which would look at herself which is usually super hypercritical. And there's good reason why you may or may not have a very self critical eye on herself in. I WANNA get into all that stuff but if the thing that is so cool and attractive about you is that. I think it's so genuine that just want to help people and is so pure like you told me. I don't WanNa give famous. I don't want to do any of this stuff. It's not for money or anything else. I want to get anything out of this. I just want to be able to help somebody and I think that's that's noble. It's cool and it's so rare these days but that is the payment. I get see if I think that you're struggling with something or remind not even know. You're struggling with something in somehow. I happened to talk to you about a struggle. I had an intern. You say that helps me because I'm going through this it touches me. I mean that. That's what gives me the power to keep going to talk to other people. I do not care if it is a gentleman in the freezer section that I start out trying to help find an item because he looks lost and then we end up talking about his cancer. Who knows what. I don't know how the talks developed from high can help you find something in this area. It takes me two minutes to help someone find something it turns into a ten minute. Talk where I feel. We both get something out of it and they feel is humans. What else are we for? Not here for that. What else do we have in? Or if you have a struggle and I can relate to that in a way that's helpful to you through my own experience. You might be at the start of that struggle and I say there's light because I've been through that struggle and if come out the other end and and I'm okay and you're GONNA be okay. I'm real in doesn't mean you're struggle won't be tough it doesn't mean it couldn't go bad but I can give you my experience. I can tell you that for me. I made it. That's valuable you telling me that you saw something in me. That was valuable to me because I couldn't see that at the time when you said like your real. There's a lot of ways interpret that and I think I interpreted it a certain way. Once she said a little bit more. You kind of expanded on it. I think when you said real correct me if I'm wrong. Here is your your your. I don't know if you're optimistic deposited. But you're not going to sugarcoat anything like you're you're not going to pretend to see something that you don't see. Is that what you mean? When you say you're real that and I don't go into it with the expectation you asked me by two years ago. Maybe come here. I just kind of sat with it for two years. I'm not here because I want to impress you. You know I mean I I appreciate it if you like what I'm saying but I'm here for that human connection I I'm I'm GonNa say what I would say whether we're at the restaurant whether I run into the freezer section and you need help with something I mean. I don't change based on the circumstances of course if it's a job interview I you know I my research but I I'm still me because then at the end of the day that's who they're getting and that's really all we have is who we are. That's what we put forward you know. I'd love heated sheriff's story about I don't know the exact location. But you're talking about these conversations as you get into with people strangers. Yeah at a supermarket or something like that. Can you share that story? Yes well I. My son had a medical emergency recently. And I've been driving back and forth southern California Northern Californians just. It's a lot and literally. The store was closing within thirty minutes. And my husband's even think I'm crazy. I just wanted something sweet that night. I thought you know what we've been driving all day. We're doing all this talk. I want so apple pie or something. Give Me Apple Pie so I went to the store and time and got my stuff. I thought I'm coming here for the sweets. It's kind of embarrassing when you're checking out but I'm checking out and that the customer service Rep was so nice just so kind as she's ringing me up like genuine and it touched me and I told her I said I came here for this sweets but the real treat was meeting you and just kind you were and and just talking to me. You know as for friends and she said I want to give you something. I WANNA give you a gift and we went over. Were these succulents. Were these little succulents in the Takada pots. And she's looking into. I could tell she was taken time into what to give me. And on the floor below that Shaw there was a larger succulent metal pot and she picks it up and she says this is meant to be. It's by itself here in its month for you and she gave it to me and I just thought that gave me joy all the way home. That kind him broke the stress. I had been going through and it's such a small thing really wasn't about the value. It wasn't about that her giving me a hug would have been enough. Her kindness at the register went up enough but she went above that and gave me something else and I just feel that if we can live that way we don't know what if I brought a joy into your life at some point today that you wouldn't have had otherwise. What if I broke your stress for that moment and it gave you something to carry forward and then you can do that for someone else in turn. You know what I mean absolutely

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"dyer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"dyer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Mayor buddy Dyer reveals who he's voting for in two weeks but after poor super Tuesday showing his pick may not even be on Florida's ballot the former mayor of New York I live my losing the support of mayor buddy Dyer it's another endorsement for Michael Bloomberg from a central Florida politician Bloomberg had some nice things to say about Orlando's fifth term mayor seventeen years later people writing on it must be because he actually does something between the scales is ninety six point five W. DPO former Attorney General Jeff sessions is advancing in the race for Alabama's U. S. Senate seat I have some terrible news from Bernie Sanders Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer Doug Jones is a brief visit in the United States Senate is just about over sessions received enough votes in the primary to face former Auburn football Kurt coach Tommy Tuberville in the run off on March thirty first the winner will face off against democratic incumbent senator Doug Jones we told you the feds cut interest rates by half a percent yesterday we also told you that it didn't help the stock markets which gave back more than half of Monday's record gains in investing we have the same by the rumor sell the news I spoke with Caleb silver from Investopedia on Orlando's evening news he explained it like this the fact that they did it in an emergency like this scared investors even though they knew it was coming and the real concern as interest rate cuts is not gonna help if the economy really slows to the coronavirus and already seeing signs of that but he says this is good news for you the consumer this is the interest rate that a lot of other things are priced optics of mortgages are priced out of the car loans student loans are priced out of the once a year even credit card rates Tony Marino news ninety six point five W. DPO and just taking a peek on Wall Street right now Dow futures are roaring back big time this morning are up over five hundred points good morning at six oh seven your listing Orlando's morning news updated weather in traffic every six minutes near record today Joe all throughout central Florida why not that's really kind of band the winter season right we've had strong fronts come by but before the front gate here we have this record swelling in feet and then we get a front to come by and we cool back down again now we'll continue with highs in the upper eighties today with partly cloudy skies and highs near ninety tomorrow could be back to back records in parts of the area also a cold front gets here late Thursday night through early Friday morning it'll bring some scattered storms along with it we'll keep an eye out for that mainly after sunset Thursday temperatures back in the mid seventies on Friday and we finally get back to my favorite.

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Democrats try to stop Sanders' momentum in fiery debate

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats try to stop Sanders' momentum in fiery debate

"CBS news special reports the South Carolina democratic debate it was a fiery debate on CBS the last one before the South Carolina primary in super Tuesday in one week former vice president Joe Biden pushing back to businessman Thomas Dyer who tried to tell him that he was out of time the fact that is it out of time he spoke over time and I'm gonna talk to Dale what's happening here here we have to win the Senate back by and has been polling first in South Carolina senator Bernie Sanders as one of the other top candidates was hit by his fellow contenders as well mayor Rudy judge I am not looking forward to a scenario where it comes down to Donald Trump with his nostalgia for the social order of the nineteen fifties and Bernie Sanders with a nostalgia for the revolutionary politics in the nineteen sixties CBS news special report on that

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Watch the Democratic debate in South Carolina tonight, Democratic line up

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

07:13 min | 1 year ago

Watch the Democratic debate in South Carolina tonight, Democratic line up

"Again tonight the Democrats there in South Carolina South Carolina primaries coming up on Saturday then followed immediately by super Tuesday and so the candidates are all up there let me see who's going to be on stage tonight here's the full list we have Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden Bernie Sanders senator Amy Klobuchar from Minnesota Michael Bloomberg is going to be back let's see if he's prepared and all this time around Thomas Dyer whose another one that's kind of unprepared and getting really silly when his you too bad at all really sick of them yeah it's amazing he's he spent a lot of money as well not needs that spending Bloomberg money Bloomberg it's estimated has already spent a half a billion dollars in ads both prince both television radio and internets and mayor Pete's gonna be onstage as well so you have with a whole bunch of them out there we'll see see who the low the long knives obviously you're not gonna be out for Michael Bloomberg this time around he's proven that he's not going to be the candidate he's just an apt I think would be the way to put it to good for dead last debate was just terrible they'll be out for Bernie Sanders this time because Bernie is the front runner they're all gonna be going after Bernie watch that tonight problem is Bernie's not a fighter but Jesus ease a savvy politician I mean that's really all he's done all his life do you have a job until he was forty all these really done is yeah even from the public trough is now you don't congressman senator mayor so he's done he's just you know been a public servant his whole life didn't didn't Poland regular paycheck to lose forty years old unbelievable but he's going to be up there tonight nonetheless we've had to Bernie Sanders talking about who should be the candidate because member last time Bernie was making a good run of Hillary and it looked like at one point in fact he was going over taker and delegates and then the Democrats pulled this stuff with super delegates and all this stuff and all by the way well we found this these delegates over here they happen to be in the wrong room will bring them all they want to vote for Hillary okay and then wow we get found this carload of delegates over here and this busload here they were stuck up in Wisconsin you know they want to vote for Hillary that's right okay so here they pulled all this magic and basically stole the nomination away from Bernie well Bernie is just letting him know that he's paying attention this time around I guess and he feels that who's ever rides at the democratic convention with the most delegates should be the nominee this is Bernie Sanders Cardi one candidate comes out on top the state of the country you voted for that candidate all but by the way we don't think the candidate should be the nominee I think that would be a serious serious problem for the Democratic Party and I think it will wreck havoc all on that person's campaign what was your view Verney it'll ruin that Carson's campaign because they won't won't be the nominee anymore Pete mayor Pete from a south bend Indiana he's also up there running thirty seven years old I'd like to see he's out class but he is very very well first if you see every every word he said his B. is practiced every movement he makes has been run through focus groups he's very very I don't see a plastic up on stage but he certainly is smooth talker the whole bit but he's realizing as are the Democrats the Bernie Sanders is the candidate and if he comes out of super Tuesday with so many delegates he very well could be the candid unless of course the Democrats pull some crazy shenanigans but mayor Pete up there he realizes of Bernie Sanders is his nominee it's going to destroy the Democrats and so he sold up his hands and Hey guys over here you know I'm a viable candidate let's give a listen to cut after this is mayor Pete we have put together a campaign with has a different way of approaching politics that has drawn together people across ideological spectrum in in in different kinds of communities and stand the best chance not only defeating senator Sanders well if we can unify the party but of defeating president trump in the fall okay I don't think that last one's gonna happen but again he's kind of saying Hey if we put Bernie up there the boy we're all in trouble and then there's old Joe Katie green our ring in the inter webs I found a great piece of audio from Joe Biden told Joe Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo is not sure what he's running for let's listen to Joe Biden South Carolina yesterday and I have a simple proposition here I'm here to ask you for your help right come from you don't get far less yes my name is Joe Biden I'm a democratic candidate for United States Senate look me over your legs he help out and now both of you have a bite give me a look though okay wait wait what what are you doing you run that bias against Jerry can I have a simple proposition here I'm here to ask you for your help right come from you don't get far less yes my name is Joe Biden I'm a democratic candidate for United States Senate look me over here like was he help out if not both together by give me a look though okay okay hold on he is a democratic candidate who's running for the United States Senate and if you don't like him that vote for the other Biden who put the replacement so did sound like he said you know sit down sit down Joe somebody get him some water let's maybe check as wires in the back to make sure that they're all firing properly argue I think he's lost a couple of cylinders there yeah I know he's not he's not firing fuller is easy it's not the no not the old politician used to be falling back on his lines who is running for the Senate folks Joe Biden's running for to be the democratic candidate for president okay now not finding sentenced in state Senate Joe you know used to be kind kind of funny that's actually kind of sad you know he's there so many times he'd be in Ohio we get confused call at Iowa and and I say it's sad because he was doing an interview a couple weeks ago and he mentioned how every morning he gets up and he says you know it should have been both it's running for president beau Biden was the son the son that tragically died of brain cancer he was the Attorney General of Delaware and Joe every morning thinks himself should have been a son running for president so maybe is doing in his honor but Joe I know you're probably gonna do well in South Carolina maybe up on the stage just clarify that you are running to be the Democrat candidate for president case people think you're still running for Senate I'm

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Here's the South Carolina Democratic Debate Lineup

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Here's the South Carolina Democratic Debate Lineup

"They'll be added again tonight the Democrats there in South Carolina South Carolina primaries coming up on Saturday then followed immediately by super Tuesday and so the candidates are all up there let me see who's going to be on stage tonight here's the full list we have Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden Bernie Sanders senator Amy Klobuchar from Minnesota Michael Bloomberg is going to be back let's see if he's prepared and all this time around Thomas Dyer whose another one that's kind of unprepared and getting really silly when his you too bad at all really sick of them yeah it's amazing he's he spent a lot of money as well not needs that spending Bloomberg money Bloomberg it's estimated has already spent a half a billion dollars in ads both prince both television radio and internets and mayor Pete's gonna be onstage as well so you have with a whole bunch of them out there we'll see see who the low the long knives obviously you're not gonna be out for Michael Bloomberg this time around he's proven that he's not going to be the candidate he's just an apt I think would be the way to put it to good for dead last debate was just terrible they'll be out for Bernie Sanders this time because Bernie is the front runner they're all gonna be going after Bernie watch that tonight problem is Bernie's not a fighter but Jesus ease a savvy politician I mean that's really all he's done all his life do you have a job until he was forty all these really done is yeah even from the public trough is now you don't congressman senator mayor so he's done he's just you know been a public servant his whole life didn't didn't Poland regular paycheck to lose forty years old unbelievable but he's going to be up there tonight nonetheless we've had to Bernie Sanders talking about who should be the candidate because member last time Bernie was making a good run of Hillary and it looked like at one point in fact he was going over taker and delegates and then the Democrats pulled this stuff with super delegates and all this stuff and all by the way well we found this these delegates over here they happen to be in the wrong room will bring them all they want to vote for Hillary okay and then wow we get found this carload of delegates over here and this busload here they were stuck up in Wisconsin you know they want to vote for Hillary that's right okay so here they pulled all this magic and basically stole the nomination away from Bernie well Bernie is just letting him know that he's paying attention this time around I guess and he feels that who's ever rides at the democratic convention with the most delegates should be the nominee this is Bernie Sanders Cardi one candidate comes out on top the state of the country you voted for that candidate all but by the way we don't think the candidate should be the nominee I think that would be a serious serious problem for the Democratic Party and I think it will wreck havoc all on that person's campaign what was your view Verney it'll ruin that Carson's campaign because they won't won't be the nominee anymore Pete mayor Pete from a south bend Indiana he's also up there running thirty seven years old I'd like to see he's out class but he is very very well first if you see every every word he said his B. is practiced every movement he makes has been run through focus groups he's very very I don't see a plastic up on stage but he certainly is smooth talker the whole bit but he's realizing as are the Democrats the Bernie Sanders is the candidate and if he comes out of super Tuesday with so many delegates he very well could be the candid unless of course the Democrats pull some crazy shenanigans but mayor Pete up there he realizes of Bernie Sanders is his nominee it's going to destroy the Democrats and so he sold up his hands and Hey guys over here you know I'm a viable candidate let's give a listen to cut after this is mayor Pete we have put together a campaign with has a different way of approaching politics that has drawn together people across ideological spectrum in in in different kinds of communities and stand the best chance not only defeating senator Sanders well if we can unify the party but of defeating president trump in the fall okay I don't think that last one's gonna happen but again he's kind of saying Hey if we put Bernie up there the boy we're all in trouble

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"dyer" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

The Johnny Carson Show

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dyer" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

"Dyer paraphrase the message of your book wrongly and but basically make that please you that make you happy and now in relation to that? I was reading some reviews of your book and some other. I guess you'd say self help books as as what it is and one of them was how to be your own best friend. And I think the book reviewer said he thought maybe there was little hedonistic in a way that you always please yourself or do what pleases you. It sounds like a little over simplified. Yeah except I think that's one of the things that I really get tired of hearing people. Tell me options that loving yourself means that you're being hedonistic that you're that you're putting yourself first. Where does anybody get the idea that you can be good at loving somebody else or that you can be good at giving to another human being unless you start out with the attitude that you're worthwhile that you count and that you're not going into the relationship having to get something out of it all the time people who are always looking for approval? Who are always saying please like me and are always sacrificing their life. I really a pain in the neck to be around the really not fun people to so call right. It's a person who really digs himself and feels good about himself. That gets a lot of love in their life and gets a lot of the things. That done doers are people who who feel good about themselves. People that are like on this panel. You Know Orson Welles A guy who's been doing all of his life.

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"dyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"dyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I request you can order test for diabetes heart health Dyer waited more without a doctor's order visit Sonora quest dot com featured and get your is sunny skies today with a high of seventy one tonight mostly clear the low forty eight partly cloudy tomorrow with a high of seventy three and will have mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid seventies for the weekend not bad right now in cave creek clear skies forty six degrees weather is brought to you by Howard air whether replace your repair call Howard Air at six thirty eight a check of your money from the K. G. A. R. business center the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased less than expected last week suggesting the labor market continues to tighten even his job growth is slowing initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose six thousand to a seasonally adjusted two hundred eleven thousand for the week ending January eighteenth according to a labor department report this morning Taylor Morrison ranks third among top home builders on fortunes world's most admired companies list the Scottsdale based builder ranked in the top three in the areas of social responsibility innovation people management and product quality on Wall Street the Dow futures are down seventy seven points S. and P. futures are down five and a half and the nasdaq futures are down six for more money news visit the business center it KTAR dot com the golf tournament hailed as the people's open returns to the TPC Scottsdale AZ the waste management Phoenix open tees off on January twenty seventh and runs through February second head to the rewards pager KTAR dot com right now for your chance to win two greens keepers passes to the greatest show on grass it doesn't show the evil Phenix city council wave the white flag for now and how would you like your church to say you need to leave because your tool that's just two of one billion stories will talk about five hundred billion story okay they gave us in chat show this afternoon until Arizona's news station K. G. A. R. news ninety two three at that get a whole new perspective on ram fifteen hundred and ram heavy duty motor trend's back to back truck of the year at the ram start something new sales event no during owner appreciation month financing eleven thousand to fifty in total values of twenty nineteen ram fifteen hundred classic big one crew cab Korean for great deals during the ram start something new sales event financing for well qualified buyers to press the capital not all buyers will qualify the combined value package items residency restrictions apply to delivery from dealer stock by two three twenty twenty Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken loans is celebrating our best quarter ever and now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates have dropped so much that many Americans can reduce their rate you may be able to save money on your monthly mortgage payment right now the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent call us at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com to learn more rates of change it to something this is critical to customer expectations equal housing lender lessons of it is it's an analyst over thirty three the following is a message from the law offices of Franken Verity do you have a service animal like an emotional support pig if so law also you might be able to use tax act deducted expenses and they know what they're doing they're just helping you to find every tax advantage you deserve so stop calling to ask if it's legal where not emotional support lawyers one three your tax situation may be different tax act is not a substitute for legal or tax advice in these are actors not returnees Shane company because I was able to get my girlfriend a bigger diamond with my budget Shane company because I want an engagement ring with the colorful sapphire and their stock buyers have the most vibrant Shane company because they have a huge assortment of rain she likes to have a ton of options for a romantic Valentine's day proposal visit us to see the best selection of engagement rings in Phoenix we have all the popular styles like halo vintage.

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"dyer" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"dyer" Discussed on Q95

"Dyer listen listen listen I am going to keep it Christy for it you're married I am there you'll have to worry about that because all all no I don't if you like for anyone no she does not like to be here that's because he wasn't that particular style was known as VP right is that near one I took the status of my sexual activity before the mustache and after uhhuh no change the old the old math problem zero plus zero stay with your work see David a monocle I'd love it if you could have yeah yeah you're right it will nice tuxedo you look under that that you can pull off that character yeah I know we've also been joined by just Fokker hole just good to see you hi Tom now do this thing at the dinner table you say the kids was the highlight of your day are sometimes yeah if we if we're not talking much then I'll bring that up yeah and it really rather like a ritual you do it and I did that yeah yeah but they do like a high low your day we're starting yeah yeah that yeah do you guys do that at your house absolutely yeah is there any time left after you get you go first so while I can they go first the nice a relaxed everyone other instances of nobody cares hi understand the size of these did you you go to the rave fifty two ereli missed yeah okay according this because when you get one of the guards a good deal Tom Tom is nice enough to Texas in the morning things like Hey there are deer on the road right Robert full roads are bad yeah morning at fourth when I read the facts Hey there you're there I went Tom thinks dearer statues my dear to the two forty five three fifteen so we get there at five that you're going to be moving yeah they're just hanging out of the three fifty one is one one there's a bridge over here that that guys there every morning I swear to you I guess that dear this is the exact text watch out dot dot dot three deer in the road on the way here two of them.

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"dyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Not shown on channel nine on your bottom TV that was behind a shower. yeah it was cold no that was a canvas painting all with all the the glowing right that was it was a cannabis farm you would enter through a hidden door in the shower tile oh my god yeah in Italy was hilarious that's pretty cool yeah. I the Dodgers Dyer Dyer Dyer is work completely out of it and we had one run through seven innings and then Muncie gets up and hits a home run in the seven so now the Dodgers only down by one run. is a going into the eighth inning here so they got the eight to nine to get one run to tie it providing that washing doesn't score anymore one to tie it and then try to win it. my Dodgers man to nothing this would be a real spare a breaker for the nats because they were dominating this game the Dodgers I think got their first hit the fifth inning stuff like that and you're trying to watch at half past year our do in the program and if the Dodgers could pull this off and win this game that would be great that would be fantastic I love it I love it. all right we'll keep an eye on that so you don't have to can listening keep listening to this show all and stead of watching the game right who cares about the I doubt Long Beach the I. parking meters are going to benefit who. sliding a quarter into a parking meter decorated with the words change.

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"dyer" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"dyer" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Months of hard labor at Shepton mallet prison. England's most notorious brutal penitentiary this week will explore Amelia's short-lived attempt at honest work after her prison stint, and how her insatiable greed, drove her to murder hundreds. Following her six months day at the Shepton mallet prison in eighteen seventy nine Amelia Dyer was noticeably disturbed months of hard labor, picking ogm for six to eight hours a day had worn on her not to mention the painful addiction withdrawal. She would have suffered cutoff from opium for the better part of a year. But while an arduous day in a notoriously filthy prison should have convinced anyone to stop killing babies for money. The experience merely tempered Amelia Dyer's criminal career when Amelia returned home from prison. She did attempt to make an honest living at least for a little while Amelia return to one of her earliest jobs one that she learned when she was a teenager living with her aunt corset making she found a job as a course of making four men at a workhouse like her position as a nurse, the hours were long arduous and provided little pay to the surprise of no one Amelia didn't stay at this job. For very long to add to their financial stress. This. Shame of Amelia being labeled the totter down. Baby farmer was hard on Amelia's family. It's believed that the scrutiny forced Amelia's daughter Ellen to run away. She was rarely heard from again Amelia and William Amelia's second husband decided to move the family away from totter down. But without steady work. They were forced to move from place to place around Bristol never staying in one home for long for three years Amelia, faced failure after failure. In her attempt to live by the law, the final straw came in eighteen eighty four when she attempted to open and run a general store the stores. Quick demise convinced Amelia that earning an honest wage was never going to happen for her. She grew increasingly cynical about her prospects. And she always knew in the back of her mind. How easy it was to make money as a baby farmer. So in eighteen eighty four she began taking in babies, however, she was determined to never get caught. Again, she decided to change her methods to elude any kind of suspicion. I Amelia began targetting women of a more respectable class. Unlike the destitute women seeking to unburden themselves from the financial responsibility of a child Amelia's new clients were hoping to keep the evidence of an extramarital affair in the dark, and with a wealthier client base came a higher fee. She started charging eighty pounds per baby. And an almost all the letter she responded to she insisted on straight out adoption instead of a temporary foster Amelia also changed her methods of killing and corpse disposal public perception towards infanticide had changed since she lasts baby. Farmed five years. Previous. No, a baby that appeared to have been abused could be reported to the authorities and the care. Giver could face legal consequences, if Amelia was caught with a sickly looking baby she could have been punished for neglect. She knew that the last thing she needed was more attention. But Amelia, also realized that the quicker a baby was disposed of the quicker. She could bring in another instead of poisoning or starving the baby to death. She began to outright strangle them. She took a piece of tape wrapped around the baby's neck and polled until the baby stopped breathing. Once the baby died Amelia would forgo seeking a doctor to write up a death certificate and instead placed the baby in a box or bag weighed down with bricks and throw it into the Thames Amelia later admitted that she enjoyed watching the baby suffer as they died. It is possible that today she would have been categorized as someone with sadistic personality disorder the controversial diagnosis included only in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders third edition revise. Raised states that one of the traits for SPD includes amusement or pleasure at the psychological or physical suffering of others. Not only did Amelia enjoy killing her victims. But with each new baby she killed she became increasingly desensitized to the act itself. Another widely speculated belief was that her addiction to laudanum which was back in full swing by eighteen eighty four may have numbed her to the horror of killing a baby laudanum gives off a euphoric sensation when used in heavy doses. The euphoric sensation may have played into the pleasure Amelia, sometimes felt when she strangled the babies. Throughout the rest of the eighteen eighties. Amelia and her family moved from house to house around Bristol in each home. She would baby farm aside from the frequent moves Amelia and her family faced few problems for six years, the family lived comfortably and never faced any kind of financial crisis or scrutiny from the authorities. But that was about to change as a farmer Amelia made agreement with their clients. It was generally understood that they would never see their baby again. But even with the social pressures put on women of a higher class not all of them wished to sever ties with their illegitimate children. Generally, speaking Amelia was able to lie her way out of letting these women see their babies, but in early eighteen ninety a young educated an unnamed governess hailing from Exeter began a correspondence with Amelia that would change her life forever. The governess revealed that she had become pregnant and the father. Was the son of her boss? A marriage proposal between the two was suggested. But her boss hated the idea as he believed the governess was of a lower class than them. The sun was forced to move away and the governess became jobless Amelia agreed to take the child for fifteen pounds with the final payment occurring two months after the baby was born the governess moved in with Amelia and her family in their hor field house near fishponds within those six months Amelia had managed to convince the governess to trust her entirely. She swore that she would care for the baby as if it were her own the governess bought into it hook line and sinker towards the end of the summer, the governess moved out of the dire. Home a few weeks afterward, she returned to make her final payment. But things quickly went awry when she asked to see her baby one last time Amelia brought her a child, but the governor's quickly realized that the baby Amelia was. Holding wasn't hers Amelia tried to lie her way out of the situation claiming that babies changes, they get older, but the governess didn't buy it. She inspected. The baby's hip for birthmark. She remembered the baby having her fears were confirmed this wasn't her child. The governess refused to pay Amelia single cent until she could see her actual baby. Little did. She know the infant was already at the bottom of a river. Amelia had a problem on her hands for days Amelia was hounded by the governess to complicate matters. The father of the baby had recently been given permission to marry the governess. So he also started dogging Amelia for answers. She was trapped in an act of desperation. She told the governess that she had given the baby up for adoption to a couple who lived on a farm house. The couple had seen Amelia with the baby on a train platform and convinced her to give the baby up right then and there skeptic. Title of her story, the governess and her husband decided to follow the lead, which of course, didn't pan out a few weeks later the couple was back on Amelia's doorstep. This time she told them that the baby was given up for adoption in Bristol. They went round and round like this for months until the governess and her husband finally brought the matter to police at the beginning of eighteen ninety one the police paid a visit to Amelia's house. There was just one problem Amelia was gone. William told the authorities that Amelia had died her baby farming business along with her. The police bought it even if the governess didn't in reality Amelia was hiding she had fled in the middle of the night to a boardinghouse Inwood hill a beautiful coastal town not far from Bristol. She hid there for the better part of the year working as a nurse and somewhat unexpectedly. She enjoyed her time in hiding it was the most peaceful tranquil stretch of her life. But it didn't last long Amelia soon learned that William had lost his job and the family was hard up for money. So she returned to her family in Bristol and opened up her baby farm, again worried the governess would be on her trail she and William moved almost constantly never staying at any address for too long. But in October of eighteen ninety one Amelia's luck ran out the governess finally caught up with her and brought the police. Right to Amelia's doorstep. But the confrontation wouldn't land Emilia in prison rather. She would land herself in an asylum.

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"dyer" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"dyer" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"And the first CD ended up being just Tony discussing various principles this nothing with Wayne Dyer on him. And by the time, I get gas and get on the highway and go back and forth and put it in. Art listening to it an hour into the journey. Call my wife, she's awake. She's out and about for her day. We're catching up then jumps in the coaching calls because it's Friday, and I still have clients. I I look forward to having conversations with and so we shifted and maneuver things around, and I to have these conversations while driving in incredibly impactful writes, a different format. I'm not seeing them face to face. But they're still that connection that that we like to make. So I actually wrap up my final phone call in the parking lot of a Bob Evans in Nashville right outside the grand old Opry hotel, which were the conference was. This second disc is now on the CD player. But I never really got to listen to right. The first track out of seven began to play. And I heard them introduce each other and understand their Wayne dyers house in Hawaii understand these got seven kids. I understand what the the pre interview. The Tony sets up that he had heard some crazy things about Wayne Dyer wasn't gonna have the interview in Wayne at heard some crazy things about Tony wasn't gonna have the interview. But one thing led to another and they had it. That's it. That's all I took away. So going to the conference I end up meeting up with. I'm Mark the gentleman that I came down to spend time with. Threw him a few of the guys that we know gentleman name Nuno gentleman named Sean. Few other people. And Mark and I end up having. I am experienced together. We spend quite some time starting at five pm lasting until about eleven thong through meditative practice and doing odd to say different things. And in this experience, we start getting to the point where we begin talking about the space between things right, and how much of the visible spectrum of life that we can't really see. It might surprise. You the way your brain in my brain process, we can only really see somewhere between three and five percent of the visible spectrum..

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