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La cuarta parte - Locus - Kraken - 18/01/17  

En esta nueva edición del programa Locus, legendario rapero y productor Madrileño y componente del grupo Duo Kie, visitará La Cuarta Parte presentando su nuevo disco en solitario "Kraken", se publicó el pasado 13 de Enero 2017, y se compone de un total de 12 cortes en los que aparecen colaboraciones de Charly Efe, ZPU, Ambkor, Dani Killah, Martha Carpe, Sandra Merino, John Vermont, Joanna Roze y Hada Guldris


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Mottos – Überschriften fürs Leben  

Egal, ob „Carpe diem“ oder „Man soll den Tag nicht vor dem Abend loben“: Mottos sind beliebter denn je. Sie sollen Sinn stiften, motivieren oder trösten. Zu Beginn eines frisch angebrochenen Jahres können sie auch den Klang guter Vorsätze haben. - AutorIn: Carolin Courts

Peter Jones: Quid Pro Quo  

Let's carpe diem and find out just how much of the language that we speak can be traced back to Latin.

Fraser som fastnar  

Idag pratar vi om fraserna som fastnat! Ordspråk och meningar som betytt lite extra. Har du tatuerat in Trägen vinner, eller har tillhör du dem som faktiskt tycker att Carpe Diem håller i längden? Idag pratar vi om fraserna som fastnat! Ordspråk och meningar som betytt lite extra. Har du tatuerat in Trägen vinner, eller har tillhör du dem som faktiskt tycker att Carpe Diem håller i längden?

Carpe Diem by Jim Harrison | Saturday, November 05, 2016 | The Writer's Almanac with Garrison Keillor  

Night and day seize the day, also the night — a handful of water to grasp. The moon shines off the mountain snow where grizzlies look for a place for the winter’s sleep and birth. I just ate the year’s last tomato in the year’s fatal whirl. This is mid-October, apple time. I picked them... Read more »

Skyzoo Spits! Tim tries to Spit  

Skyzoo and Apollo Brown recently sat down with The Library with Tim Einenkel to discuss their new album, The Easy Truth. During the interview Tim attempted to recite lyrics by Skyzoo; Skyzoo helped him out. Find out what the lyrics mean and more soon when the entire interview is posted. Here's the lyrics from the track "A Couple of Dollars" [Verse 2: Skyzoo] And it sounds like beautiful like the truth Like "she bad but even more beautiful in the coupe" And seeing that was seeing all that I would need to pursue The e-class that was used to corner me off the stoop Was as clean as the book that your hand on When you prayed that we stayed away from them anthems Fuck is left for us except for us to go stand on A box with a rope and a bottle of Spade Carpe diem, carpe diem, make it pop it for the day I threw money to jeweler, sneaker box full of change Know me, I'm no better I'm about it the same Cause on a box with a rope is how we got in this frame Now flick it up, one time for 'em, one time for 'em Know it's lit if they in here with the 9 on 'em One time for em, one time for em And the parades lining up along the side for 'em

Diario de As América #263: Francona y el carpe diem  

Terry Francona, entrenador de los Cleveland Indians, puso ayer toda la carne en el asador para que su equipo ganara el partido contra los Boston Red Sox. Tanto que, probablemente, ha limitado sus opciones de ganar hoy en el segundo partido de la serie ¿Hizo bien? Bueno, ahora van 1-0 y está por ver qué sucede hoy. Apostó por el carpe diem, por aprovechar el momento y, visto lo visto con Showalter y los Orioles, quizás sea lo más inteligente. Lo discuto con Fernando Díaz, así como el resto de los playoffs de la MLB, que hoy viven un día gigante. Además, con José Villelabeitia hablo del triste 49ers-Cardinals de ayer, así como de toda la quinta jornada de la NFL, y con Pablo Fernández hablo de la sexta de NCAA Football, marcada por el ‘Red River Rivalry’ entre Oklahoma y Texas. Ah, por cierto, palabras de alabanza, muchas y gordas, a Adam Silver por estar cerca de un acuerdo por el nuevo convenio colectivo de la NBA, algo que es dificilísimo siempre, y más [...]

Episode 1: How I Wound Up Working On Call For the Universe  

Master Birth, Death & Mourning Doula Laura Saba, Momdoulary, LLC founder of doula trainings at MourningDoula.com and Momdoulary.com, introduces you to her work at the bookends of life, and explores some of the discoveries one makes about life when dealing with birth and death. 

Ever wonder what people regret as they die? Ever think about becoming a death doula or mourning doula? Worry that thinking about death and mortality will be scary or depressing? In this introduction to her new series, Dancing With Death, Laura helps you discover how exploring death can actually free you to more fully "carpe diem," along with sharing a bit of her path to this rare but hallowed work. Join her to discover what it's like to be on call for the Universe, and the lessons one learns along the way. 

To submit questions for future episodes, or to learn more about becoming a death and mourning doula, visit mourningdoula.com 

Please note that nothing in this podcast should be construed as legal, therapeutic, or medical advice. Please see appropriate professionals when the situation calls for it. 

Theresa May's 'Carpe Brexit' conference speech  

With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth

#3 Kasta pizza i en buss  

GUMP Podcast - Sveriges minst deppiga podd

Hur står vi inför Craig David?

Niklas var på spa utan riktig spaupplevelse och Angelica är i fas 3 gällande mindfullness. 

Vilken stad är den bästa pedofilstaden? (Psst.. Örebro //Niklas)

Samt gubbar på tåg och barn är ett folk men också jävligt carpe diem! 

Niklas gör fräscha spaningar om kommunslogans

 

@cisalli

@runstein

Prenumerera eller köp Camilla Läckberg-bok! 

 

 

 

 

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GoTalks001. Emilio Cano  

Bienvenidos a "Go Talks" el nuevo programa de entrevistas de H2OPodcast, para conocer a la persona, detrás del nombre. Sin guión, ni edición. Sin censura, ni cortes. En nuestro primer programa queríamos conversar con la persona responsable de que José Luis Hurtado y H2O Podcast.Network se iniciaran en el mundo del podcasting, y que no es otra que Emilio Cano (Emilcar), maestro y mentor de podcasters, y uno de los máximos responsables de la difusión del medio en España. Con él hablamos de su infancia y juventud, su familia, sus preocupaciones, sus inicios en la Tecnología, en el Podcasting, y compartimos reflexiones sobre este medio de comunicación y su futuro. Emilio, es ahora mismo la cabeza visible de Emilcar.fm, una de las más conocidas Redes de Podcast: http://www.emilcar.fm Podéis contactar con él a través de Twitter en @emilcar Podéis comentar el programa en: - Nuestro Blog, en www.h2opodcast.net - Nuestra cuenta de Twitter, @go_talks - Nuestra página de Facebook, www.facebook.com/gotalks “Carpe Diem”. Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Médium Large 2016.08.23  

La série documentaire Mitsou et Léa : Entrevue avec les deux animatrices ; Le livre Le temps est assassin : Entrevue avec l'auteur Michel Bussi ; Entrevue avec l'explorateur Bernard Voyer, amoureux de la Corse ; Gastronomie avec Lesley Chesterman : Le hamburger parfait ; Nature avec Pierre Gingras : La carpe asiatique ; Étude scientifique avec Pascal Forget : Les bébés et la présence parentale ; Le magazine Distances + : Entrevue avec Sébastien Côté ; Santé avec Sonia Lupien : La rivalité fraternelle ; À surveiller à Midi info avec Michel C. Auger ; Les brèves de nos chroniqueurs ; Étude scientifique avec Pascal Forget : Imagerie du cerveau de Sting ; Environnement avec Marie-Soleil L'Allier : L'exemple du transport

Gelassenheit: Carpe Diem macht Todunglücklich, von Wilhelm Schmid  

Die Suche nach dem ewigen Glück: ein ebenso ewiger Traum der Menschheit. Doch seit Adam und Eva konnte ihn niemand mehr realisieren, obwohl das auch heute immer noch so viele Menschen versuchen. Glücksratgeber boomen, ohne, dass sich der versprochene Erfolg nach der Lektüre auch tatsächlich einstellt.

71. Carpe diem  

Fredrica har träffat tjejtjusar-Elias från avsnitt 69 och hört sig för om hur det går för honom med kärlekslivet nuförtiden. Peter har återigen en lista på tre saker som stör honom. Dessutom pratas det om svårigheten med att tillämpa carpe diem och att uppskatta det man har här och nu. Varning för klyschor! Mejl: fredricaopeter@gmail.com

DNP37|Janina Breitling: Die Digitale-Nomaden-Mami | Weltreise mit Kind  

Janina Breitling ist Happy Mami, Abenteuer Junkie, Digitale Nomadin und Journalistin. Sie arbeitete als Moderatorin für Sat1, N24 und Servus TV. Nun ist sie Reisebloggerin und Podcasterin und macht anderen Müttern Mut mit ihrem Kind die Welt zu entdecken. Sie und ihr 5 jähriger Sohn Max sind gerade auf Bali. Wir freuen uns die erste Digitale-Nomaden-Mami im DNP zu Gast zu haben. Das Interview wurde gerade aufgenommen als Janina auf einem gemütlichen Sitzsack am Pool eines Coworkingspaces liegt, während ihr Sohn Max im Hintergrund spielt :)

In diesem Interview sprechen wir darüber,

wie Du mit deinem Kind zusammen reistwie Du mit deinen Ängsten umgehen kannstwie Du mit minimalem Gepäck reistund vieles mehr :)

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Bärti muss mit

"Carpe diem" 

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Max bei der Reisernte

   

Max, Bärti und Janina    

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Episode #247 – It’s Time To Create  

Carpe Diem… seize the day!

In this episode Russell talks about driving home from a family vacation and thinking about how the window of life is a short one and how we need to seize the day by creating. He also talks about his favorite part of Dead Poets Society and why it is important.

Here are some interesting things to listen for in today’s episode:

Why Russell thinks it is so important to look at life as a short window of time that we have to create something of impact. Why Russell believes that despite being born under different circumstances we all have shockingly similar trials. And why creating things that will help others is the secret to happiness.

So listen below to hear what Russell believes about our short time on Earth and why it is important.

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Hey everyone, this is Russell Brunson and welcome to Marketing In Your Car. Alright, alright, I know what you’re probably thinking, “Russell have you forgot about us over here in Marketing In Your Car Land?” and the answer is no. I’ve been going crazy on Snapchat, as some of you guys know. If you haven’t started playing in Snapchat, come hang out with us. If you go to Snapfunnels.com there’s some free coaching showing you how it works and how you can add me on Snapchat, but we’re having tons of fun. I’ve been documenting behind the scenes of all the crazy crap of what we’re doing every single day. So if you haven’t been watching, you should come over there too.

But the one thing that I don’t like about Snapchat, is I got 10 seconds at a time, and I feel like if I spend more than 2 or 3-10 seconds in a row talking about a concept it gets really boring. So if I ever want to go deep, this is where I come to go deep with you guys. Because I know you can handle it, I know you appreciate it, so that’s the game plan.

We just got back from a week long family vacation and the week prior to that we had 50+ staying at my house for another family reunion, so it’s been two weeks of family and not a lot of chance to work. So I’m heading into the office right now and I’m really, really excited. But I wanted to talk to you guys about was a thought I had as I was driving home from Bear Lake, which is on the Utah/Idaho border, back here to Boise. So it’s probably, I don’t know, if you’re driving by yourself maybe 5 hours, if you got kids that got to go to the bathroom every 15 minutes it’s 8 hours. I don’t know. Somewhere between 5 and 8 hours to get home. And our kids actually did really, really good this time. But as we were driving, you have a lot of time with your thoughts. My wife and I talk for the majority of the time, but after 8 hours or whatever, sometimes you run out of conversation. So I was just sitting there thinking and what I starting thinking about was kind of cool. I was thinking about how many people have ever lived on this earth. And it’s a lot, right. I’ve read different people with different opinions. I think right now if you look at how many people are on the earth, I think it’s close to 7 billion. So that’s a lot of people, right.

But if you think about all the people who have lived since the beginning of time. Since Adam and Eve first set  foot upon this planet. I think the number estimates I read were in the 80 or 90 billion people. That’s a lot of people. 80 or 90 billion people have graced this planet, since the beginning of time, and everyone kind of had a shot. We all come on this earth and it’s interesting, it’s almost like, I’ve been thinking about it recently, it’s almost like, not a mousetrap, but something like that. We enter this game, we enter this thing and I believe, maybe I’m wrong, but I believe that we have a Heavenly Father who loves us, who brought us here and placed us here on this earth, and I think that everybody was given different challenges. Now by different I don’t mean bigger or smaller, in fact I believe that when this whole earth life is over we have a chance to look back, I think that we will all be shocked at how similar our trials were in severity. I just think that, again I believe there’s a grand architect to this world, to this life. So I believe that nobody….from the outside it will look like this person was born with a silver spoon in their mouth, or this person lives in Kenya and has a horrible life, everyone’s got different things. But I think that we all entered the game and each of us are given different trials and things and I think that we’ll be shocked when all is said and done at how similar everybody’s trials were in severity.

And again, sometimes you may think, oh this guy’s rich, so he doesn’t have any issues. But I guarantee that person who has a lot of money is dealing with all sorts of other issues and people that have no money are perfectly fine with other things. I think that it’s going to be shockingly similar if and when we have a chance to all look back on it. So there’s kind of my belief pattern. So through t

#69 – Sommarpodden del 1 - CARPE DIEM YOLO SWAG  

En intensiv reunion-pod i två magiska delar. I del 1 pratar vi festival, relationer, diagnoser och otrohet. Vidare blir det Almedalen, sms och generell indignation.

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Carpe Diem (With Arielle Kebbel & Max Silvestri)  

In a patriotic episode, Caroline talks to comedian Max Silvestri and actress Arielle Kebbel about Ludacris's July 4 performance at Gitmo, why Kaley Cuoco's dog walker disrespected the American flag, and how much Candace Bergen's new painted bag enterprise is worth.

"Carpe diem : est-il vraiment possible de jouir de l'instant présent ?"  

durée : 00:50:56 - Ça va pas la tête - par : Ali Rebeihi - "Carpe diem : est-il vraiment possible de jouir de l'instant présent ?" - invités : Alexandre LACROIX, Thibaut de Saint-Maurice, Marie SAUVION - Alexandre LACROIX Thibaut DE SAINT-MAURICE Marie SAUVION - réalisé par : Céline ILLA

The Frank Skinner Show - Carpe Diem  

Frank Skinner's on Absolute Radio every Saturday morning and you can enjoy the show's podcast right here. Radio Academy Award winning Frank, Emily and Alun bring you a show which is like joining your mates for a coffee... So, put the kettle on, sit down and enjoy UK commercial radio's most popular podcast. Frank is joined by the Divine Miss Em and Le Coq Sportif. Frank saw a tribute band and has strong opinions about them. The team discuss Roy's resignation and Dame Judi's new tat.

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