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Real Estate for the Ann Arbor area, real people, real stories, great Realtors. All in one place. We are Ann Arbor’s premier realtors, working tirelessly to make the buying and selling process less stressful for you. Our unique and aggressive marketing process has proven results with quick sales and higher profits. Contact us at Sales@ArborMove.com734-346-3433Http://ArborMove.comSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/arbormove/support
 
Our mission is to explore how different virtues influence the way we live and work in the shop, how virtues contribute to the fruitfulness of our labor, and highlight those who are making significant contributions to this great woodworking community.
 
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Attachment theory is important in the therapy world. A secure base camp helps us climb up the mountain. Jesus had secure attachments to family, village, synagogue that were disrupted in his adult years. He had to forge new secure attachments. And he leaned into the Jewish mystical tradition, an attachment bond spirituality that functioned […]…
 
Http://SocialGoodPromotions.com Today, Rachel and I chat with Roger Burnett from Social Good Promotions. They are not just a promotional products company but a company with social change and community enrichment as the end goal. We are more than impressed with the vision and follow through of this company. Please listen and see if you don't agree: …
 
The tree that helped forge the civilizations of the Mediterranian, and maybe built the mythical Ark, this week we head to the Mountains of Turkey and Lebanon to discuss the Cedar of Lebanon. Join us to hear about this true cedar and its outsized impact on our world. Completely Arbortrary is produced by Alex Crowson and Casey Clapp Production Consul…
 
The Eastern Orthodoxy understanding of hesychasm is staying in a posture of quiet, unceasing prayer. We talk about hesychasm and how the Spirit intercedes for us when we have no words. This place of prayer provides safety for us in times of chaos and hardship.Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org, watch virtual service […]…
 
Today we talk about the next City Council meeting, coming up Monday, May 3rd. We touch on a few interesting agenda items, including shenanigans, the budget, and healthy streets, and offer some ways for you to get involved. If you haven't already, please fill out our listener survey! Links: - this week's agenda - February city budget presentation (a…
 
Do giraffes make trees taller, or the trees make giraffes’ necks longer? This week, we cover the iconic umbrella thorn tree (Vachellia tortilis) of the African savannahs and talk about how evolution may or may not work.Completely Arbortrary is produced by Alex Crowson and Casey ClappProduction Consultant - Oliviah FrankeArtwork - Jillian BartholdMu…
 
Nick has a conversation with Joe Gantz, Emmy winning filmmaker for 'Taxi Cab Confessions' and director of 'The Race to Save the World', a new documentary playing in virtual cinemas about Climate Change activists. They talk about his life as an activist, his philosophies as a filmmaker, the protests that went into the making of his film, and more!…
 
Today we take a deeper dive into Master Planning and Zoning. We’ll talk recipes, and racism, and heists - you know, normal master planning stuff. Links from today's episode: View the City's master plan and resource documents An interactive map of Ann Arbor zoning Descriptions of Ann Arbor zones Form-based code: a Strong Towns article and a Michigan…
 
Jesus, and stories that informed him, treat anger like the context driven and complex thing it is.Includes a time of meditation, led by Cassie, following the sermon. Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org, watch virtual service recordings, and get access for our weekly live virtual service, at a2blue.org/virtual-sunday-service/…
 
A portal to other worlds, the home of faeries, or the flower that sparks a little twinkle in your eye, the common hawthorn is a tree that is as understated as it is revered. This spring bloomer is planted all over the world as a street tree, and grows commonly in the forests and hedgerows of Europe and the UK. Ushering in the season of productivity…
 
We can identify a few resources that, while they seem like they’re meager, we can give thanks for them and they’ll actually surprise us by being what we need to make it through.Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org, watch virtual service recordings, and get access for our weekly live virtual service, at […]…
 
We discuss the next City Council meeting, coming up Monday, April 19th. We’ll be touching on a few interesting agenda items, including lots of housing, a little bike stuff, and shenanigans. If you haven't already, please fill out our listener survey! Links from today's episode: This week's Council agenda From the City Administrator Communications: …
 
Kon'nichiwa! This week we jet over to Japan to discuss a gorgeous, renowned, and cultivated-like-heck tree, the Japanese cherry (Prunus serrulata). Dive deep into cultivar(ism) with us while we talk about Shinto, picnics, and painting with nature. As always, we finish the whole shebang with a listener question. Completely Arbortrary is produced by …
 
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