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Philosophical ideas and their cultural relevance. From ancient philosophy to post modern thinkers , from world views to individual perspective, from orient to occident, all fall under or around the shadow thoughts-ideas-philosophy. The podcast will celebrate the difference between ideas and how one compliments the other in a pragmatic way.
 
Restoring ancient Christian practices in a modern western world. Subscribe to this podcast and join us as we explore the formative practices that lead to true interior peace, stability, and orient us to union with God in Christ. Join us for our new series: Readings from the Philkalia (3 times/week featuring wisdom of the holy fathers of the ancient Christian church on the practice of prayer, hesychasm and asceticism, and wisdom for the spiritual life).
 
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Taking the Lead

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Taking the Lead

Leader Dogs for the Blind

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Leader Dogs for the Blind empowers people who are blind or visually impaired with the tools for safe and independent daily travel. Our goal is to educate, advocate, and share real life experiences of those with blindness. Come learn, laugh, and grow with us.
 
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TA 1

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TA 1

Randy Ericksen

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TA1 will be the home of Adventure racing. There will be weekly conversations with racers,directors,volunteers, sponsors, anybody of interest in the world of AR. I will spend an hour talking with them about racing, training, music, gear. Anywhere the conversation leads. Sometimes we will be topical and talk about upcoming races. Sometimes it will learning about the person wearing the bib. 90% of the time it will be adventure racing, but there will be occasional shows on other ultra sports lik ...
 
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Become Orthodox Podcast

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Become Orthodox Podcast

St. Gregory American Coptic Orthodox Church

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The mission of this church is to serve those English-speaking Coptic individuals and families, as well as serve those who have converted to Coptic Christianity by offering only English and Coptic service. By God’s hand, we strive for an organized and thriving church that will nurture a sense of fellowship within its congregation, and focus on raising its youth with diligence, so that future generations may understand and fully appreciate the beauty of the holy sacraments and enjoy an intimat ...
 
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Coding Blocks

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Coding Blocks

Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joseph Zack

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The world of computer programming is vast in scope. There are literally thousands of topics to cover and no one person could ever reach them all. One of the goals of the Coding Blocks podcast is to introduce a number of these topics to the audience so they can learn during their commute or while cutting the grass. We will cover topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a who ...
 
This is a podcast about stories, myths and Catholicism. Stories are how we orient ourselves in the world. In Catholicism, we believe in the Greatest Story: Christ crucified and resurrected. We participate in His story through ritual worship; the liturgy. Even in the Catholic Church, these truths are often forgotten or ignored. My mission for this podcast is to explore storytelling, myths, and how these fit into Catholicism. I will cover Catholic fantasy and science fiction authors, mythology ...
 
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago is a leading research center for the ancient Middle East. The museum houses some 350,000 artifacts — around 5,000 of which are on display — excavated mainly by OI archaeologists. Founded in 1919, at a time when the Middle East was called the Orient, the OI has pioneered innovative excavations and comprehensive dictionary projects that chronicle ancient civilizations. The Oriental Institute Museum aims to understand, reveal, and protect anci ...
 
"Próximo Oriente" is a show broadcasted in Rádio Macau about what "Asia" or "oriental" convey in musical terms. It consists on weekly expeditions in search of representations of the Orient, an image constructed and fantasised through sound. We will be wandering across different soundscapes and exoticisms, under the spell of music from far away places.
 
Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
Our mission is to love and lead as many people as possible into a growing and wholehearted relationship with Jesus Christ. We aim to grow in passion for Jesus and compassion for people. Rooted in the love of God and His Word, we desire to love and obey Him, to grow in relationship with each other, and to minister to others in the power of the Holy Spirit. It is our hope you will experience God’s presence and encounter His love. We are a community of people coming together in order to worship ...
 
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Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881.This episode includes:*Your South Stand Chums are back for the first Orient Outlook Podcast of 2022*Stoke City match review*Your views and reactions*Transfer & squad chat*All the latest O's news from the festive period*Positives & Negatives Of The Week*The @CaroleLangley Hero Of T…
 
Steve is a software engineer, a UXer, and a serial entrepreneur. His early company, Ordered List, was acquired by GitHub and after a long stint as a product designer at GitHub, we met when we were both consulting to NineLabs. He is the founder and lead designer at Box Out Designs, which is basically Canva for the sports industry. In this episode of…
 
On a morning of a new fallen snow, we read from The Rudder of the Day - and talk about change...and how familiarity may be keeping us from progressing toward a better life. He discusses recent changes in the Financial Peace University course and draws parallels to other aspects of life, including his day job. Tune in today and see how this relates …
 
Chris Beausang (@ilchinealach) is a writer and critic based in Dublin. His novel Tunnel of Toads is forthcoming from Marrowbone Books. Check out his piece on Liberated Texts, "Ireland’s Struggle for Self-determination" https://liberatedtexts.com/reviews/irelands-struggle-for-self-determination-robbie-mcveigh-and-bill-rolstons-ireland-colonialism-an…
 
Daily readings from the Philokalia, a collection of selected writings of the holy orthodox fathers of the Church relating to the cultivation of interior prayer and the ascetical path to union with God. We are following the order of readings recommended by the orthodox spiritual elder in The Way of the Pilgrim.Subscribe to the Theosis Prayercast tod…
 
In today's episode, Rob talks about blockchain - and the potential it has to encourage further growth and development in your own lives and homesteads. Rob reads from a twitter thread that begins as follows: Blockchain: Explain like I am 5. I'll share what I've learned about blockchain in this thread. #web3 Today's show is a great introduction to b…
 
Today's show begins with a reading from 365 Tao. This treasury of life-enhancing daily readings turns a wise Taoist light on every facet of life. Each daily entry begins with a one-word title and it's Chinese character in elegant calligraphy. A brief, poetic aphorism provides the theme, followed by a clear, insightful meditation on the day's Taoist…
 
In this interview, I speak with afro-futurist artist David Alabo about his work in the digital space, upcoming trends, the future of collaboration, web 3.0 and NFTs. You connect with David at https://www.instagram.com/davidalabo/ Kindly support the podcast by leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, it would really make a difference. #judes…
 
Join Rob as he reads from Strength for Today - and learn why this particular reading stood out to him. For example, we gain a better understanding of words when we read "...we get our English word economy from the Greek word oikonomia." Rob examines the economy and the "administration of man vs the administration of God" and discusses how we, as a …
 
Leading activist and author Lisa Sharon Harper spent three decades researching ten generations of her family history through DNA research, oral histories, interviews and genealogy, and in her new book, Fortune: How Race Broke My Family and the World and How to Repair It All, Harper draws on her lifelong journey to know her family's history to recov…
 
Black U.S. trans activist Andrea Jenkins breaks a political glass ceiling; a homophobic chorus taunts Aussie footballer Josh Cavallo; MJ Rodriguez “Poses” for the Golden Globe Awards; Greece and France accept blood from queer male donors, Poland proposes censoring "immoral" education, Orban ties Hungary's anti-queer vote to his re-election bid, Ger…
 
We’re pretty sure we’re almost done and we’re definitely all present for the recording as we continue discussing PagerDuty’s Security Training, while Allen won’t fall for it, Joe takes the show to a dark place, and Michael knows obscure, um, stuff. The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode176. Sponso…
 
Today's show is a little different. The truck is still in the shop and we got 8" of snow overnight! Instead, we are recording from the office here at York Meadow Farm. The topic of today's show provides neither insight nor tools into building the life and homestead of our dreams...rather instead we take a look at what's trending on Twitter. Rob tou…
 
Daily readings from the Philokalia, a collection of selected writings of the holy orthodox fathers of the Church relating to the cultivation of interior prayer and the ascetical path to union with God. We are following the order of readings recommended by the orthodox spiritual elder in The Way of the Pilgrim.Subscribe to the Theosis Prayercast tod…
 
Christopher Ruocchio comes on the show to talk about his Sun Eater series. We talk about his reversion to Catholicism, his books, and much more! His website can be found here: https://sollanempire.com/ Christopher Ruocchio’s Books Empire of Silence Howling Dark Demon in White Kingdoms of Death The Lesser Devil Avengers #50 - The Two Worthies ******…
 
Daily readings from the Philokalia, a collection of selected writings of the holy orthodox fathers of the Church relating to the cultivation of interior prayer and the ascetical path to union with God. We are following the order of readings recommended by the orthodox spiritual elder in The Way of the Pilgrim.Subscribe to the Theosis Prayercast tod…
 
Join Rob as he reads from Strength for Today - and learn why he *didn't* want to utilize this as fodder for today's discussion, and also why this particular situation is analogous to the comfortable familiarity in life where we often find ourselves in for various reasons. The root of the discussion today is forgiveness. Rob talks about how forgiven…
 
Today, Rob encourages us to be mindful of "The Golden Hour" and how we begin our day. The dialogue includes discussion of goals, especially when we read: "Now is a great time to be setting your goals for the rest of this year. No matter when you are reading this, now is a great time. There is something magical that happens when you clearly 'decide'…
 
Meet Eugene Boateng the superstar and lead actor behind the acclaimed German film BORGA. In this episode I speak with Eugene about the conception of the film, plot and how growing up with Ghanaian immigrant parents influence his childhood in Dusseldorf and his work in producer Borga https://borga-themovie.com/ The film highlights the cliche immigra…
 
Rob shares his experiences in over two decades of working and playing outdoors, often times in harsh and extreme conditions...in the search for the perfect sock. He talks about the past six years of field testing the Darn Tough Vermont sock and the results from doing so. ~ Disclaimer : There are affiliate links in this article, where you also have …
 
Clinical psychologist Rod Wilson explains how three “sacred sayings” can transform our leadership and the world. In his book Thank you. I’m Sorry. Tell Me More, he offers three practices gratitude, remorse, and care as pathways to real human communication, connection, and reconciliation, and provides a practical, inclusive, and relationally-focused…
 
A ringing remembrance for queer Black feminist theorist bell hooks; lesbian Cantopop star Denise Ho is busted in a Hong Kong indy press raid; Senegal's legislature nixes tougher anti-queer laws, two tortured Tunisian gays seek sex crime repeal, the U.K. expands "Turing's Law" pardon eligibility, Israel opens surrogacy services to queer couples, a T…
 
In this episode, Rob discusses being busy, the challenges some drivers present, and how some mysterious burritos threw him into a spiral of unproductivity on his Sunday afternoon. The past few days has led him to realize that he needs to focus on what it is that he has determined is important for this year and specifically this quarter: Health via …
 
Where did his animal-talking abilities come from? Why is he worshipped by animals all over the world? Why does this book talk about money so much? And why did so few of us read Dr. Dolittle in grade school? This week, we tried to answer these questions (and more) with Alli from the SSR Podcast, a great show you should check out! You can also listen…
 
Daily readings from the Philokalia, a collection of selected writings of the holy orthodox fathers of the Church relating to the cultivation of interior prayer and the ascetical path to union with God. We are following the order of readings recommended by the orthodox spiritual elder in The Way of the Pilgrim.Subscribe to the Theosis Prayercast tod…
 
Two horrible dudes double team one sexy lady in this horny, Christmas-adjacent story. This episode is EXTREMELY explicit, so buckle up!! For more on our bonus episodes, head to patreon.com/overduepod. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Perfection is everywhere if only we choose to recognise it. Either everything is perfect or nothing really is. An ideal that can’t be or shouldn’t be met because the moment it’s met, we would cease to exist. However the word ‘Imperfect’ sounds a bit limp or lesser. Instead the word ‘Human’ gives more a process in understanding perfection. Like it’s…
 
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