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Jesse interviews Craig Karolus – guide for musical journeys. Craig has been involved with music for most of his life, starting with his high school marching bad the Minnesota Marching M’BAssadors, under the direction of Mr. Gove who put his small town of Long Prairie, Minnesota on the map. Craig was a percussionist and drum major for the marching band, who traveled all over the country. Craig directed the field show band when they performed at the Festival of States competition. Even as a small child he would spend time playing an electric organ at his grandmother’s house, music as always been a part of his life; as this is where he started putting basic melodies together. Craig got his first taste of New Age music while serving in the US Army in Advanced Individual Training; and was hooked ever since. After his army days Craig teamed up with his brothers Todd, Curt, and good friends Paul Singh and Mic Ironi to paly in a rock band. Named “Karolus”; which played for nearly 10 years, and included opening for Great White. He then decided to compile the music he had written over the previous 15 years to create his album “Standing On Top”. We will be looking at Craig and the work he has created over the years. You can learn more about him at: www.craigkarolus.com
Towanda M. Allen has spent 20+ years loving and caring for children. Towanda is dedicated to remind Mothers and Daughters of their true essence, how to love and care for themselves regardless of life circumstances. Her motto: "DREAMS come true! Stay prayerful, BE positive and keep moving!!"
Towanda joins us to discuss her new book:
I Am a Leader for a Great Tomorrow: An Inspirational Journal for the Next Generation
What if you had the tools and knew how to use them, would you be willing to improve not just your life, but the lives of your daughters?
Being a leader requires self-awareness and personal growth; if all leaders had taken the time for this very important journey, imagine how they could really change the world!
'I am a Leader for a Great Tomorrow' provides a journal for pre-teens and teens to walk through the journey of personal growth through inspiration, motivation and personal commentary by the Author. This journal is unique in that it asks specific questions related to each motivational subject (such as integrity) and asks the reader to write about how they enacted this characteristic in a particular moment of their day.
This is an excellent gift for any pre-teen or teen looking to make a difference in the lives of others as well as their own. For more information go to www.towandamallen.com and enjoy!
Numbered Day's - Destiny or Delusion
Hosted by Craig Sicilia
This show airs just 51 weeks after empowering emerging leaders in truly leading. Almost too where some felt abandoned left to drown. Many not understanding how I would dare let others just have it. You see it was never mine, it has always been for whoever needs it. I can remember my first show, how I to, was just searching and not even knowing what it was I was searching for. I have been planning this show for almost two years. Knowing the time was coming. And if this vision is destiny or just my dark deeded delusion. I guess time will tell. From the deepest depths of my heart i know this is what I am, was and will do to the end.
I knew about a year and a half ago my own music was killing me, whether it was the physical sounds and lights or just the significance of it's meaning to me. Juggling everything putting its focal point on building a real community, with leaders that will survivor this jungle of life. Though my children paid a huge price as my time got consumed many times. I know they will be proud. People may think I’m nutsy, and their probably more right than wrong. Tonight part one of a three part series of one man’s journey, in his attempt in creating a support system that will last through the times of sand, bringing hope to those who need it. Am I delusional, maybe! The sense of dying knowing the time is coming, thinking I am some kind of fortune teller, I sit here and ask myself the same thing, I say to myself, really I think I see my future, or am i just delusional
My Universe, God, Creator or whoever it is has put my destiny in my head from the beginning, and the peace people see in me is the peace that I have done my best, and believe he is saying "I Am Pleased"
Special Report on Legal pot in Washington mixed with our memorial day remembering who we are now, we have 6 shots some real funny some pro pot some no pot what ever you think its legal in my state. I went and checked out one of the stores today, I invited them on the show and I will share my experience and you can share yours too call in tonight. You will love the reporting on this subject.
HARDER THAN LIFE
New Beginnings Life after Brain Injury
Hosted by Craig Sicilia
In rememberence of ourselves we shall talk about the following remembering we are incredable
After a brain injury life is hard, we no longer can trust our tools in dealing with relationships and the longer time goes on the harder it gets, we are social creatures and we will explore relationships and the difficulty with many aspects of interpersonal skills, trust and willingness to bend, but these things we must overcome these harder than life behaviors as a new person, building the new us.
in Self Help
There is a kind of loss that carries a special burden caused by the fact that the subject of the loss disappeared. There is no closure for the person grieving. This happens for grieving people like parents of missing children, families of MIA soldiers, or people with loved ones on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 to name a few.
The grieving person experiences a roller coaster of emotions between hope and discouragement as they wait for "the disappeared" to come back. This grief has been called "ambiguous loss" and it is a very complex thing to work through. Just giving it a name and learning to embrace the unknown can help.
Benjamin is the author of Out of the Ashes, Healing in the AfterLoss. This book is about profound loss and forging a new path after his loved ones died.
Loss is a part of life, and we all deal it differently. When we give ourselves permission to lean into loss, this unique process of healing finds its own time and rhythm.
There are parts of the Afterloss that only you know and only you can travel, but every one who has experienced loss in one form or another knows the path has many footprints that can lead us into healing. We are not alone.
Your hosts Benjamin Allen and Deborah Brown will share their journeys through grief into healing and create a container for others to explore, define and lean into loss of all kinds.
We meet here and now on the path to the rest of our lives, at the intersection of Loss and Hope ... may we all be blessed by sharing what we have lived and learned.
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