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Kelsey reads RealSide Experiences from NUFriends and exposes some very interesting details of what is taking place in one of Earth's many manmade systems.
Landslide Val discusses what he's experiencing Now with his presentation in Northern California.
Lila reads us a story, as well as beginning a new series where she reads from Duane's NUBook One, From Then to Now.
Prof. Catfun has fun, too.
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Blair Nash is a Relationship Strategist, Speaker, and Author of the critically acclaimed book “Illuminating the Battlefield” that was released in the spring 2015. In addition – he’s also authored his sophomore release, titled “LOVE IS A BEAUTIFUL THING….TILL IT AIN’T”, which dropped in April 2016.
Blair is also creator of “Single of the Week”, the online series where both bachelors & bachelorettes have profiles that are posted via social media.
In addition: Blair has logged over 2,000 hours conducting one-on-one & group counseling sessions for men and women suffering from co-dependency, sex, and love addiction.
Blair’s specialty is online dating advice where he’s had the opportunity to tour the country speaking with thousands of single and married individuals, focusing mostly on wisdom from his own dating and relationship experiences. Blair’s audience varies tremendously, and has had stops in the Bahamas, Canada, Atlanta, Chicago, The Bellagio in Las Vegas, and many other cities throughout the United States.
Being a Creditor as opposed to debtor.... This is the Nu-Covenant! Cheif Case Worker Lajuan Abram is breaking down the ABs & Cs of the hows, tos, pros & cons of not only joining the Nu-Covenant as well as How to Get this Money!!!
Susan Yarborough and Susie will talk about prisons in the U.S.....maybe even about the history of our prisons........but most everyone of us knows of a person that has been in prison.....what do they go through? Do they learn practical skills they can use when released? What happened to serve your time and go instead of YEARS of probation....and heaven help you if your Probation Officer has a bad day....
A Well Organized Lie defeats a Disorganized Truth Every Time
The last of my broadcasts on this format. One I feel passionate about becasue it is, in part, about us. .
AllMusic Review by Chris Nickson [-]
The last of the radio ballads that Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger, and Charles Parker devised, The Travelling People is also the most accomplished, both in form and content. An examination of the Romany people in Britain, it serves mostly as a condemnation of attitudes toward them and their nomadic lifestyle -- which, as reflected in many of the soundbites, were not complimentary. People simply didn't want them around, calling them "tinkers" and things much worse, as "I Mean, We're Fed Up With Gypsies Living in Our Area" highlights, with the incident of a woman about to give birth being moved on by the police. The attitudes were reflected in other ways too, like the boy who spent several years in the same grade without being taught to read or write, because, the teacher explained, "he's the best message boy I've ever had." But this does more than simply look at the negatives. It examines the life of the gypsies, the way they'd settle in the winter time, or how traveling was part of their nature. MacColl's songs are among the finest he wrote for the radio ballad series, and the accompaniment is richer and fuller than before, and the singers -- people like Belle Stewart, Joe Heaney, and Jane Stewart -- serve the material brilliantly. They become integrated into a whole program -- which is what each of the radio ballads was, of course -- that's intelligently fashioned to bring out a whole picture, one which is sympathetic to the travelers, but also allows for opposing views. The listener comes away educated, and also humbled by the quiet pride of these people. It's nothing less than a remarkable achievement.
Week 46 (of 52) Marsha Sortino's Team - Team Seekers reflect on the results of exploring the difference between ethics and morals. What are these differences? How do these differences affect our sense of worth? Why do most people lump ethics and morals together? Eavesdrop on our class to learn how eight people navigate the integration of 11 months of considerable personal, professional and spiritual growth.
Each week Team Seekers share this journey with you for two reasons:
1: they want those they hold near and dear to know about the changes they're making on multiple levels. As they change, by listening to these classes, people who know Team Seeker members may opt to change along with them.
2: to share their stories with you. Follow their stories and life lessons to awaken all sorts of ah-ha's for you too!
While you listen and before you go . . .
Join Marsha in her next class. Click this link to explore how to join us today. Click to access on all our on-demand shows. Click the Follow button above to keep up with us! Music: Montauk Point and Aretes by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.
If you are clear that we must gain control of the economics of OUR community and are serious about building this new reality, this call is for you
Cindi Sansone-Braff," the Romance Whisperer", talks with the dead to help you live well and love better. Warning: If your relationship is in trouble, before you do anything -- listen to this radio show. Cindi has a unique approach to relationship counseling -- believing that a good relationship begins with...you. Cindi and her producer/co-host, Nicole, will share the highs and lows of their own love lives, and reveal how their lives are changing as they incorporate the Grant Me a Higher Love principles into their own lives. Cindi has been named Best Psychic five years in a row by the Long Island Press, and the psychic/medium recommended by Newsday and the Daily News. She was featured on Cablevision's Neighborhood Journal. Cindi is the author of two spiritual, self-help relationship books, both available on Amazon, Grant Me a Higher Love and Why Good People Can't Leave Bad Relationships. www.grantmeahigherlove.com
Tune in live today to Laugh, Live, and Learn Thursday.
CEO of Vann Cosmetics, Gavanne Davis will be informing us about what's happening in the cosmetics/beauty industry, concerns of racism, but also sharing
her humbled beginnings as a Louisiana native with an abiding faith and constant love.
Zadora's Corner: "Be blessed. Be Encouraged. Be Inspired"
Current World with Dr. Jerome Yelders, Sr. - he will recap from last Thursday's dialogue with part 2 on low incomes with children with learning and mental disabilities.
Side A & Side B Music Selection
The host Dr. Carl will share his first and final note and answer an open letter in response to Jessie Williams BET Awards Speech and the responses (good and bad).
We will also have news and other announcements.
You know that Forrest Gump quote about life being like a box of chocolates? Well, you never know what you'll get in BlogTalkRadio's life category! Our hosts are as diverse as humanity, so anything and everything that makes up daily living is discussed here. Get expert advice, share stories and connect with people from across the globe on following your destiny, interior decorating, success in the workplace, interpreting dreams, starting a garden, and even shows about world hunger, music, philosophy, pop culture, political agendas, fashion, charitable giving and holiday preparation. Basically, if you can think it, someone's likely talking about it. And since life wouldn't be complete without romance, tune in to thousands of shows on relationships and ask bestselling authors, celebrities, physicians and consultants of all stripes your questions on dating, sex, finding a soul mate, getting through rough patches, co-habitation, dealing with divorce and loss, and much more.
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