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    Kindness with Being You

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    Do you know how to be kind to you?
    What if kindness to you is about letting go of significance about what is and what has occurred.
    What if it’s not about re-hashing trauma or delving into the past?
    What if true kindness to you is living in the now! Living today! Not judging the past!
    If you were living for today what would you choose?
    If you were living for you what would you choose?
    Wendy Mulder will join us this week in a conversation about real kindness with being you. Is it time to get out of the judgment of yourself and begin to care for you and honor you and your body? Might your life be more fun, more joyful, more peaceful?
    Wendy is a Registered Nurse, an international speaker, author of two books, "Learning From Grief" and "Dying Happy: The Gift of Choice" and is a Certified Facilitator of "Being You Adventures" and Access Consciousness®. Wendy founded Living With Ease and KindnessWithGrief.com to assist people to embrace living beyond trauma, grief and self-judgement.

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    Billy Joe Chambers "B.J." with Boyd and Lucinda

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    They made approximately 3 million dollars a week and made up to 50 million dollars a year selling drugs. Join us with Guest Billy Joe Chambers a.k.a "B.J." after spending 22 years in prison now he is home. B.J., Larry, Willie and Otis Chambers are some of the most notorious drug lords in American History. It all ended when Larry videotaped the drug deals and money and the videotapes got into the hands of DEA and the Media. "B.J.'s" new Book, Prodigy Hustler allows readers to follow Chambers along his journey to the top of the Detroit cocaine game. Chambers gives detailed accounts of life struggles and experiences as he traveled from his hometown, Marianna, Arkansas to the streets of Detroit where he became known as a member of the "Chambers Gang," Detroit's largest drug organization. Chambers was recently featured in BET's "American Gangster" series. Prodigy Hustler is now available for readers enjoyment. You won't want to miss this interview. The drug conspiracy involved an extensive crack cocaine distribution network in the City of Detroit, organized and directed by brothers Billy Joe and Larry Chambers, and known as the Chambers Brothers Organization. The conspiracy allegedly began in 1983 and continued through February 1988. There was testimony that the widespread and carefully structured operations generated narcotics sales of as much as $200,000 a day. The operation was conducted out of various locations in the City of Detroit and was policed by a cadre of conspirator/enforcers known as "the wrecking crew." All twenty-two persons indicted were members of the organization. The Chambers brothers recuited many of their 500 employees from Detroit High Schools and their impoverished hometown of Marianna, Arkansas, keeping their troops in line with brutality and intimidation.

  • 01:14

    Shattering Black Male Stereotypes Part 1 Emotional Healing

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    There is a negative media generated stereotype that black men are all angry with a greater propensity towards violence than men of other ethnicities. In this conversation Coach Michael Taylor engages in a dialog with a group of black men who are committed to removing this stereotype and encouraging black men to open up about their emotions and feelings and the challenges of being a black male in America.
    In this conversation the men will be sharing their thoughts and feelings regarding intimacy, vulnerability and emotional healing. It will be a heartfelt and thought provoking conversation that will showcase the depth of feeling and emotions in which black men communicate.
    This is part 1 of a 4 part series based on Coach Michael Taylor's upcoming book Shattering Black Male Stereotypes.

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    Key to Success Ep. 7: Consistency

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    The topic of this episode is consistency. Consistency can be defined as conformity in the application of something, typically that which is necessary for the sake of logic, accuracy, or fairness. Being consistent in your everyday life is vital to progress and success.
    Develop habits that will affect the traits you need to be successful. To be consistent, it might be necesary to change your environment. The idea of luck is also discussed. Successful people are proactive and not reactive.  Remember to always be who you are, not who it is convienent to be. 

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    Nationality the order of the age (Genetics)

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    On the blogtalk circuit once moor to drop science that edify people. Today we will talk about genetics, birthrights and nationality 

  • 01:32

    Nuwaubian Nation of Moors on the move again! We have NEW LAND!

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    Nayya: Asaru Ankh Amun-EL, president of the United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors, discusses the future of the Nuwaubian Nation of Moors, Their NEW LAND where they are rebuilding the capital "It's Nation Time!"

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    YS Radio (S.04, ep.13) Season Finale: Church & State

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    It's a wrap, folks! The Yardie Skeptics are leaving the building after yet another riveting season batting for reason and skepticism over the past few months. Thank you for your support!  Needless to say, we're going out guns blazing!  We turn our attention to that impenetrable wall between church and state. In the case of some states, like Jamaica, this wall is more like a sieve, where the distinction between the two is blurred. Does it have to be like this? Can the state operate in a context without being influenced, derailed, or hijacked by the actions of the church? Or must we in Jamaica get used to parliament being a part time revival tent?  Join us in this discussion along with featured guest Dr. Latoya Lazarus of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies UWI, Cave Hill, who published an article entitled; "Religion and rights: Is there still room for Christianity at the table?" If that wasn't enough, we'll also be joined by veteran Jamaican journalist and champion Christian apologist Ian Boyne, whose recent article in the Gleaner, "Sin, Sex, and the Church" warned the church that it needs to "wake up!"  But hold the press! We still have more... a general in the #TambourineArmy will be with us none other than the firebrand Stella Gibson, who has been hurling brimstone boulders at the Moravian church in Jamaica after the sex scandal dropped earlier this year. Will her advocacy finally be the catalyst to change the rape culture in Jamaica's churches, or will her fiery social media persona ultimately raze the movement before it even gets off the ground?  

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    Show # 83 | Interview of Damon Richardson

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    It is always good to get believers to stop by our humble show.  We have a special early morning edition with pastor and apologist Mr. Damon Richardson. 
    Mr. Richardson has a popular Facebook Live show on Mondays and Thursdays at 7:30 PM EST where he talks about various topics.  He is also the founder of "Damon Richardson Ministries" which is a Bible teaching and urban apologetics-based ministry that aims to equip believers to more effectively interpret Scripture.

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    Tracking from Openness with George Leoniak

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    George Leoniak is a Senior tracker with CyberTracker http://www.cybertracker.org/ he owns a tracking business http://www.leoniaktracking.com/ and shares tracking on his blog http://trackingthoughts.com/author/george/
    We explore what it means to be open with the art of tracking.

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