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Audio Love Possible



You can listen to audio demos in short news. This will save your time and it is also very handy feature. Also you can open a special page with audio demos which sorted by genre. Listen and open what you like best.




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If you want to transfer your short recordings to your computer, simply send the audio file to yourself via email, open the email on your computer and download the file. For longer recordings, you can connect your smartphone to your computer via a USB cable to transfer the files.


Leaked audio from a former regional director for "Value Them Both," a campaign to pass a Kansas constitutional amendment on abortion, reveals she suggested a strong law banning and criminalizing most abortions would be the next step after passing the amendment.


"We are pleased that a Value Them Both representative was finally honest and forthright about their real goal to ban abortion completely in Kansas. We now have confirmation from their own campaign staff and legislative leaders that if this amendment passes, the Kansas Legislature will move quickly to pass the most extreme ban on abortion possible. That is their stated goal. The bill they are on record supporting, bans abortion completely with no exception for rape or incest and only a very narrow exception for ectopic pregnancies. It also makes it a felony, to target vulnerable women. This extreme ban on abortion is absolutely out of step with the values of most Kansans and puts the lives of our daughters, granddaughters, and women across the state at serious risk," said Ashley All, spokesperson for Kansans for Constitutional Freedom.


While the organization isn't taking a stand on the leaked audio from the meeting or the abortion amendment, executive director Ruth Tisdale said she believes "Value Them Both" provisions to support clean and sanitary rooms for abortions and parental consent for teens are important.


One of these two men had a clear and realistic understanding of love. One of them did not. One of these men idealized love as the solution to all of his problems. One of them did not. One of these men was probably a narcissistic asshole. One of them was not.


The problem with idealizing love is that it causes us to develop unrealistic expectations about what love actually is and what it can do for us. These unrealistic expectations then sabotage the very relationships we hold dear in the first place.


My first girlfriend and I were madly in love with each other. We also lived in different cities, had no money to see each other, had families who hated each other, and went through weekly bouts of meaningless drama and fighting.


But your self-respect is. So is your dignity. So is your ability to trust. There can potentially be many loves throughout your life, but once you lose your self-respect, your dignity or your ability to trust, they are very hard to get back.


But like any other experience, it can be healthy or unhealthy. Like any other experience, it cannot be allowed to define us, our identities, or our life purpose. We cannot let it consume us. We cannot sacrifice our identities and self-worth to it. Because the moment we do that, we lose love and we lose ourselves.


Even for people who love books, finding the opportunity to read can be a challenge. Many, then, rely on audiobooks, a convenient alternative to old-fashioned reading. You can listen to the latest bestseller while commuting or cleaning up the house.


The fact that printed text is anchored to a specific location on a page also seems to help people remember it better than screen-based text, according to more research on the spatial attributes of traditional printed media. All this may be relevant to the audiobook vs. book debate because, like digital screens, audiobooks deny users the spatial cues they would use while reading from printed text.


You are not depressed; you are distracted. You believe that you have lost something, which is impossible, because everything that you have was given to you. You did not make a single hair of your head so you can not own anything. In addition, life does not subtract things, it liberates you from them. It makes you lighter so that you can fly higher and reach the fullness. From cradle to grave, it is a school, and that is why those predicaments that you call problems are lessons, indeed.


You lost nobody; the one who died is just going ahead, because we all are going there. Besides this, the best of him/her, his/her love, is still in your heart. Who could say that Jesus is dead? There is not death, but only movement. And on the other side there are some wonderful people waiting for you: Gandhi, Michelangelo Whitman, St. Augustine, Mother Teresa, your grandmother and my mother, who believed that poverty is actually closer to what we call Love, because money distracts us with too many things, and makes us apprehensive and doubtful.


Do only what you love and you will be happy; the one who can do what he/she loves, is blessed and destined to have success, which will definitively come, because what must come, will come, but will come naturally. Do not do anything for obligation or commitment, but for love. Only then there will be fullness in your life, and with fullness everything is possible; and possible without any effort because what will move you will be the natural force of life, the same that raised me when the plane crashed with my wife and my daughter, the same which kept me alive when my doctors predicted that I would have only 3 or 4 more months of life.


Facundo Cabral is a visionary Gautemalan poet. This passage is excerpted from here. SEED QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION: How do you relate to the notion that losing something is impossible? Can you share a personal story of a time you did something for love instead of obligation? What helps you stay aware that distraction is at the root of depression?


Losing something is impossible, it is only a matter of our perspective of seeing things differently of what is left over what is lost. There were times of my life I lost my pride when I got a child out of wed lock and raised him alone. Thereafter I was criticized, ashamed by my family, next thing that happened is I choose a guy to marry that in reverse they hardly disagree. But, I did this all out of love by standing of what I believe than seeing things that it is an obligation to follow what is right in their eyes. Life is a matter of perspective, seeing things according to your points of view. What keeps me away from depression is realizing that things happen naturally when even we are not aware or eventually know the result may come. There is no such thing as losing, only gaining what is left and what is already there. Life is beautiful.God Bless!


When I first read this, I immediately recalled a Prince Ea video that I recently watched, which can be found here =ykvC3QXJb18It seems that much of what is written about in this passage causes sadness, and I'm not sure that sadness is depressions equal. To me, depression stems from a feeling of hopelessness. I've certainly had my share of sadness, as we all have. I'm not so sure that I would classify any periods of my greatest sadness as depression, though. I've known several beings, including family members, friends, and students, who have died by suicide. To me, this is the pinnacle, or maybe depth is a better word, of depression. To not know the kindness, love and compassion that others have for you; to not know the beauty that you have to offer the universe; to not feel meaning in your life...that, to me, would be depression.


I think of losing something as losing track of something, not knowing where it is, being deprived of something by my own doing or someone else's doing. Something may still be mine although I've lost track of it. Losing something in that sense is possible. That something was given to me doesn't mean I can't lose it. In this world, just because I didn't make something doesn't mean I can't own it. Second, I as well as all of us have done things for love and not obligation. I'm writing this paragraph for love of expressing myself and not out of obligation. I spend time with many people for love instead of obligation, at least most of the time. I go to most happenings out of love, not obligation. Third, as I think of it, at least a lot of depression is pressing down or denying my wants and real self instead of expressing and living my wants and real self. Distraction is a way of losing track of self, getting away from self, and is depressing. Having experienced depression as a result of distraction from my real self and seen others depressed as a result of getting away from real self helps me stay aware that distraction can be depressing. I also know that distraction doesn't equal depression. There is distraction that is not depression, and depression that is not distraction.


This one hit very close to home. As someone challenged with episodes of depression which is very real and part of my brain chemistry, I must say that though I agree with much of the thoughts presented and that yes service to others certainly helps, when one has clinical depression it is more than "distraction." That being said, I do relate that in reframing one can be liberated rather than feeling in loss. I needed to hear that today! Every experience can be a lesson, and sometimes even a gift if we let it. I do my best to live in love each and every day. We have a choice; when we are doing whatever we are doing to view as from love. Even doing the dishes can be out of love :) When a recent relationship ended changing from romantic to platonic I continued to share messages of hope as he is going through a very challenging time in his life. It was out of love and care. As for distraction as root of depression, I suppose that when I am not doing what is best for me, example working in a job that does not fulfill my heart, the depression is definitely more acute. Currently I am working my way back to more Cause Focused and heart centered Storytelling/Speaking engagements and it is helping my mind and heart because this is the work I am truly meant to do and have done. time for more of it! Hugs from my heart to yours, Kristin


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