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Soundscapes from nature sanctuaries and natural areas in southern Ontario, Canada. Includes birds, amphibians, insects, and more. Produced from field recordings of the Hamilton Bioacoustic Research Project & the Hamilton Naturalists' Club in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
 
Whether you're new to your faith or you're a longtime follower of Jesus, you probably want to get more out of the Bible and get more out of prayer. How can you break though all the distractions and make reading the Bible and prayer more a part of your life? How do you know what to pray? Forty years ago I discovered something that significantly helped me to have a deeper, more real experiences with God. I learned how to use the Bible as my conversation with God. In this podcast I want to help ...
 
Fascinating and brilliant at many levels, Huxley's spoof of Lady Ottoline Morrell's famous bohemian gatherings is difficult to categorize. The ironic tone and caricaturish rendering of some characters makes it partly entertaining satire, but intertwined with the irony are a very human love story and much poignant social commentary. Denis Stone (Huxley himself) is a young poet hopelessly enamored of the languid Anne Wimbush, who comes to Priscilla Wimbush's Crome estate for several weeks of i ...
 
As an organization that's all about the literary community, PEN America knows that the current health crisis is hitting our Members and friends particularly hard. This limited-run podcast, "The PEN Pod," is meant to provide regular updates and conversations about literature and free expression, and provide an outlet for our in-person events that have been postponed or canceled. Join the conversation online at pen.org and on our social channels @PENAmerica. Thanks for tuning in. Support this ...
 
It’s the end of the world as we know it and our Story, the story that holds all of us together, does not feel fine. Not at all. The primordial embodiment of darkness tried to strip the Nine Realms of its Story. Of its hope, but it didn’t anticipate the second coming of the Storytellers. The Storytellers who breathe, dream, and live stories. The stories have returned to choose new Storytellers across all Nine Realms to give the Story it’s pieces back, story by story. Only then can the world b ...
 
We call ourselves Hot Tub Trash Talk, and are composed of Kyle Hilton and Samantha Wyatt from Cincinnati, Ohio. On Hot Tub Trash Talk we sit around the hot tub and trash talk everyone and everything. Prepare for goofy, dark, taboo, gay, and sexual. We give our opinions on unpopular subjects that most wouldn't dare to discuss but we only live to discuss. We will feature guests and new segments from time to time. In hopes of turning the bitch and the gayness into the rich and famous!
 
This story opens with a young girl on a visit to a stately mansion, which is a local tourist attraction. Exhausted and waiting for the rest of the party to finish the tour, she falls asleep under a tree. She is discovered by the daughter of the house and the governess, who comfort her and put her to bed in the governess's room, promising to wake her before the tourists leave. However, the governess forgets and the girl is stranded in the mansion. Her father arrives to take her home. Many yea ...
 
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Jesus quoted the first line of Psalm 22 on the cross. It was a prayer of anguish as he took upon himself the wrath of the Father for the sins of his people. But it was also Jesus’s way of pointing his disciples to the rest of Psalm 22. And it’s amazing! Let’s discuss why it’s amazing together in this episode. Mark 15:24–34 ESV 24 And they crucified…
 
We are joined by long-time Discord member Tabernus aka Fred, a false bartender who used Wheel of Time to get through college. Aradia learns about lead glass, and Seth finds more reasons to see Demandred in Vanin. Mat and Thom discuss a cautionary tale about a bootmaker, while Elayne and Aviendha reunite and compare notes on relationships. Join the …
 
On this episode of The PEN Pod, bestselling author George Saunders on his new book A Swim in a Pond in the Rain, the art of short fiction, and what we can glean from Russian literature in our current moment. Then, PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel fields tough questions on the impeachment, incitement, and social media platforms taking a harder line on…
 
Mat offers many possibilities to Egwene, and also surprises. They patronize each other like siblings, while Nyneave resorts to violence to make her point. Elayne focuses on the bigger picture. Sheriam gets easily misled. Aradia and Seth debate how the mental trick of ignoring temperature extremes works in the books, and in real life. SpoilerCon ann…
 
Jesus’s words in Matthew 10:29-31 have been some of his most important words in my life because of their powerful picture of God’s detailed care and involvement in my life. Jesus emphasizes our eternal value to the God who created everything in this universe! But the context of these verses makes these words far more than just comforting. They are …
 
We are thrilled to present to you the winning story of Whoopsie! our holiday writing contest for kids! This hilarious story is written by 11-year-old Lincoln from Brooklyn, NY. Enjoy!! :) Make sure to subscribe to Story On so you never miss an episode! Become a patron by signing up for as little as $2 a month. https://www.patreon.com/storyonpodcast…
 
We all worry. We all deal with anxiety. Most of the time it’s the back-burner feeling that’s like a slow leak in our joy. In Matthew 6 Jesus directly challenges that kind of anxiety and worry. Think about it this way -- the creator of the universe -- YOUR creator -- became human and is telling YOU why you don’t have to live a life pushed around by …
 
Mat makes a fool of himself in Salidar as Seth juggles on camera for the WoT-A-Holiday Podcastathon, hosted by Malkier Talks as a charity livestream for the Lightweaver Foundation. Aradia reprises her favorite line from Verin and babytalks at Timber aka the Nae’blis of the podcast. Watch our portion of the stream on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/B…
 
On this edition of The PEN Pod, we unpack Wednesday's horrific attack on the Capitol by Trump-led supporters with PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel. In our weekly "Tough Questions" segment, we review the free speech implications, how the social media platforms responded, the cycles of disinformation fueling the attack, and what to do next. --- Send in…
 
@enarra returns to discuss how Nyneave and Elayne confess (some of) their secrets to Egwene, who in return tells them (some of) the ways in which she is going to change the world. Romanda and Lelaine are so similar, they might as well be one person, who clearly needs to be named “Romaine.” Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/YtWvCn…
 
The risen Jesus told his disciples that ultimately what is written in the Psalms points to him (see Luke 24:25-27, 44 below). We especially see this in Psalm 24, written by King David a thousand years before Jesus was born. I love these messianic psalms of David (psalms that specifically describe to us something about the Messiah) because they show…
 
Aradia allows Seth back onto the podcast to discuss a new day in Salidar. Egwene wakes up to complete her transition to Amyrlin, much to Elayne and Nyneave’s relief. Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/YtWvCnS Contribute on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wotspoilers Email us: wotspoilers@gmail.com Twitter: @wotspoilers Instagram:…
 
Aradia executes a coup with new guest Megan for discussion of this chapter, in which Egwene meets the Salidar Six plus Suian, and goes through a profoundly important ritual that just happens to include (what some might consider) an excessive focus on Aes Sedai being topless. Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/YtWvCnS Contribute on…
 
Jesus saw the Psalms as written by their human author, but also by the Holy Spirit (see Matt 22:41-46 below). Although King David lived over a thousand years before Christ, he is one of the Bible’s primary foreshadowing figures of Jesus as Christ. That’s why the Messiah was often referred to as “the son of David” (Matt 1:1, 9:27, 22:42). So sometim…
 
This is a rare Psalm where David no longer feels any threats to his life. God has completely delivered him from all his enemies, including his most dangerous enemy in King Saul. The poetic images David uses in this Psalm are so illustrative in ascribing to God what ALL of us will joyfully want to say the moment of our resurrection, when we ourselve…
 
Egwene casually experiments with lost Talents, and rushes towards her next identity. Our guest this time is Enarra, who can be found on Twitter and Instagram as @enarra. Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/YtWvCnS Contribute on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wotspoilers Email us: wotspoilers@gmail.com Twitter: @wotspoilers Instag…
 
Laura talks about how you can put a twist on a familiar story to make it your own. Then, she tells her story "Rudolphia the Red-Nosed Deer Mouse." Rudolphia is a little mouse on her way to watch the 2000th annual Reindeer Games when she finds herself in an unexpected situation. Santa is missing and the world is counting on her to find him! Will Rud…
 
Alex London reads us into a very intense “peak Jordan” chapter, full of meaning for us and the characters alike. Egwene prepares to leave her life as an Aiel, but not without meeting her toh to the Wise Ones first. Olver forces Mat to play yet another game of Snakes and Foxes, until Rand drops by to casually completely redirect everything. Alex is …
 
Usually when we get past the wall of not wanting to pray, and just start praying aloud to God, it feels good to our soul. And we realize it wasn’t that hard after all. When we can take the “horizontal” concerns in our life that weigh us down and make them “vertical” by bringing them to God, we start to see them in light of God’s presence and love a…
 
Story On is excited to be holding a writing contest for kids! More info over at storyonpodcast.com We'd like to thank our friends at Whenever Wherever Kids Podcast, Cool Facts About Animals, and Story Seeds for helping us spread the word about our contest! The promo code for Imagination Lab: Experiments in Creativity is IMAGINATION. Make sure to su…
 
What narrative for your life are you living into most of the time? That’s the big question from Psalm 14. There’s the narrative of “the fool” who lives most of the time as if “there is no God.” Then there’s the narrative of those “who understand” and “seek after God.” All of us are somewhere in the middle of those two. But one big purpose of this p…
 
Egwene is extremely restless and spins her wheels for a while. When she finally gets to return to the World of Dreams formally, she recieves an unwelcome and disturbing summons. Rand spies on her meeting, and makes his own plans. Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/YtWvCnS Contribute on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wotspoilers …
 
On this last installment of Tough Questions for 2020, Suzanne Nossel reflects on how disinformation about the election may hobble the efforts of the next administration; she explores the outrage over Perez Hilton on TikTok and whether banning him has free speech consequences; and she talks about Iran's brutal execution of a journalist and what it s…
 
Aradia has things to say to you before we get started. Eamon Valda arrives in Amador, and has an important conversation with Asunawa. Pedron Nial juggles plots, much to Balwer’s consternation. Morgaise has a bad day, though arguably not as bad as Paitr. Aradia and Seth hotly debate who knew what when, and who is allied to who. Do they manage to con…
 
Our life won’t make any sense to us in any given moment if we don’t keep Jesus’s return as the focus of our life’s story. Revelation 21:1-7 is one of the best places in the entire Bible to do that. Especially when reading it in meditation and prayer. And for that reason it’s always been one of my favorite places to turn to re-focus my mind and hear…
 
This is one of those Psalms of David where he starts off accusing God of ignoring him and forgetting about him. It says something about God that he would want to inspire David to write such an honest Psalm and put it in His Word as part of Scripture. God wants our honest prayers. And then David does what he always does; he focuses his mind and hear…
 
On this edition of The PEN Pod, we explore the impact COVID-19 has had on journalists and journalism, particularly when it comes to local news. In a new project out today, PEN America's own Sandy Mui explores the toll of the pandemic on local reporting and what steps can be taken to shore up an already-battered industry. --- Send in a voice message…
 
Joe from Talk’aran’rhiod returns yet again to enjoy the freedom of a Spoiler-full podcast! Aes Sedai ignorance and experience blend into intense whiplash for Nyneave. Suian gets the second-most profound shock of her life, and runs with it. Delana offers comfort, and Halima arrives in Salidar. Catch Joe and Tom from Talk’aran’rhiod chatting with Set…
 
TFGT 126: Sephiroth Almost Sent Mario to the Shadowlands 0:00 - Hades and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. 5:38 - World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. 34:03 - Nintendo's legal rampage. 37:52 - The Game Awards 2020. 46:59 - COVID-19, vaccines, and Disney/Star Wars announcements. 56:09 - Odds and ends. The Sword vs. Moon Rod art is by the talented RedCal…
 
We kick off this gala week episode with our weekly TOUGH QUESTIONS segment, where PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel unpacks the tricky free speech questions that came up over the past week; on this episode, we talk about our gala honorees, the impact human rights organizations can have on governments, and how anti-trust actions against Facebook might …
 
New guest Megan emerges from lurking on Discord to give opinions on the possible uses of the Bowl of the Winds, Aes Sedai arrogance, and Nyneave and Elayne suffering their eleventh day of scrubbing pots. Adeleas and Vandene arrive in Salidar from their remote farm, while Thom and Juilin return from weeks of scouting into Amador. Nynaeve practices a…
 
I’ve been praying through the Psalms for over 40 years now. So inevitably there have been some verses in the Psalms that I’ve personally found particularly powerful for prayer. I come back to them over and over, which means eventually I had them memorized and easily accessible to me anywhere in whatever circumstance. That’s how we know Jesus medita…
 
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