Get your copy of More Than This, A Tenets of Truth Book through Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aybJjM “Keeping up appearances” is the act of placing a veneer over the raw filthy and brilliant creative process we all are. - E. E. Cane #expectations #individuality #humanevolved #inspiration #selfhelp #belief #ericecane #potential #humanpotential #savinghumanity--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ericecane/support
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A Case For Your Unique Presence - Chapter 8 from More Than This by Eric E. Cane
Eric E. Cane
Get your copy of More Than This, A Tenets of Truth Book through Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aybJjM "Your individuality is assured..." - E. E. Cane Topics covered: A thought experiment to prove you are unique How even identical twins are each unique individuals #unique #individuality #humanevolved #inspiration #selfhelp #belief #ericecane #potential #humanpotential --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ericecane/support
I fell in love with Eric. E. Brown Jr.’s book Weekend Reflections, and then I fell in love with the man. What an absolutely beautiful soul and inspired advocate for justice. This is a very deep dive into some very uncomfortable places especially in terms of our country’s history of race and systemic discrimination. I invite you to come along with us.ERIC E. BROWN JR. is a politico, community organizer, cultural ethicist, Hip Hop enthusiast, and former Baptist minister. A Nashville native, Eric is a graduate of American Baptist College, Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt Divinity School. Eric writes about complex subjects in a plain speech fashion to detail rare honesty in a politically correct world. When not working, Eric loves to read, write, and enjoy time with his spouse, Brittney, and their three dogs (Senator, Aaliyah, & Phife, “The Dog”).Weekend Reflections is a graphic memoir to push a black man into being a vulnerable and courageous human being through words and pictures. The book travels through Blackness, relationships, religion, culture and Hip Hop to fully-paint life against the colorless assumptions made by a first glance. Weekend Reflections is stream of consciousness with out-loud visuals that are full of ambiguous thoughts, contrarian views, and insightful experiences of a Southern, Black, Hip Hop Man that hopes to grow and find understanding by saying the things that are usually left unsaid.Please Consider Writing An Honest Review of What Matters MostIf you enjoyed this — or any! — episode of the What Matters Most podcast, please leave a review of the show! Reviews help boost the show in rankings, which makes it more visible… and that means more listeners! It’s a great way to spread the word about What Matters Most!Create your review – click here!Read The Book That Inspires The ShowPaul Samuel Dolman, author, podcaster, and speaker, presents What Matters Most (the book!) a series of interview transcriptions from more than twenty inspirational Nashville and Tennessee residents, including special guest the journalist and author Bill Moyers.Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, former Governor Don Sundquist, Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal, Grammy Award-winning entertainer Wynonna Judd, and many more share intimate and inspirational aspects of themselves.This twentieth anniversary edition also features bonus material from thirty more notables from Tennessee, including local business owners, spiritual leaders, coaches, radio personalities, authors, and educators.Support Our Worldwide MissionWhat Matters Most is 100% listener supported by generous pledges from people just like you.Did this episode speak to you? Please consider pledging your support for as little as $5.00 per month… or pledge at higher levels and enjoy perks like a guided meditation audiobook, a library of Paul Samuel Dolman e-books… and more!The post Eric E. Brown Jr. #780 appeared first on Paul Samuel Dolman.
Denying The Individual, Denying Ourselves - Chapter 11 from More Than This by Eric E. Cane
Eric E. Cane
Get your copy of More Than This, A Tenets of Truth Book through Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aybJjM The excuse of “We didn’t know better” is no longer valid when it comes to the treatment of other human beings. - E. E. Cane This is an excerpt from, More Than This - A Tenets of Truth Book. Topics covered: How we deny another individual's expression How denying varying expressions limits our survival and adaptability as an evolving species going forward Why resisting emotional influences or surrounding social conventions is important #creativity #reality #humanevolved #inspiration #humanlegacy #individuality #selfhelp #belief #ericecane #potential #humanpotential --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ericecane/support
This week we sit with one of my close friends Eric Eichelberger | @eric.ike. We talk about Self Love the journey, what it means, and how did we begin to love ourselves and who we are today. Thank you Eric for opening up about your journey. I know someone will learn so much from you. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @THEVOICEOFJP | Check out our BLOG - THEVOICEOFJP.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thevoiceofjp/support
Eric E Murangwa MBE describes how sport helped him survive the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi
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Hear the dramatic and heart-rending story of how Eric’s sporting talent saved his life in the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi - and shaped Football for Hope, Peace & Unity that uses the sport to heal the wounds of war.Recorded at our London Braver Conference 2018.
Eric E. Johnson on the Museum of Intellectual Property
In this episode, Eric E. Johnson, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, discusses his Museum of Intellectual Property, which comprises a collection of artifacts that were the subject of intellectual property litigation, or illuminate the history of intellectual property. As he explains on the museum's website, "The project of the Museum of Intellectual Property is to collect and display tangible relics from the cases that define the law of copyright, patent, trademark, and other fields." The museum is an invaluable contribution to intellectual property scholarship and a resource on which I have long relied. And it inspired me to create my own "Mini-Museum of Intellectual Property" at the University of Kentucky College of Law.Keywords: Behavioral Economics, Intellectual Property, Copyright, Patent, Incentives, Intrinsic Motivation, Psychology, Classical Economics See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.