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"Terrorism": The Word Itself Is Dangerous
John V. Whitbeck
The greatest threat to world peace and civil society today is clearly "terrorism" - not the behavior to which the word is applied but the word itself. Since the word "terrorism" (like the behavior to which the word is applied) can never be eradicated, it is imperative to expose it for what it is - a word.
For years, people have recited (often with a wry smile) the truisms that "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter" and that "Terrorism, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder". However, with the world's sole superpower declaring an open-ended, worldwide "war on terrorism", proclaiming that this "war" has only just begun and promising to persevere until "victory", the notorious subjectivity of this word is no longer a joke.
In today's modern culture who really dictates beauty and fashion? Is it something al women should aspire to? It's been said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder do you agree? Join our hosts today as we chat about what it means to be beautiful and how we can be comfortable with our own sense of fashion. In an industry over-run with men, hear how women are finally taking a stand and changing the standard of the perfect 10 and fashion to boot.
Tonight On Unspoken Words Robert Dunn, Abby Fleming, & Dan Dye discuss the issues of Attraction, Sex, Social media, & Feminism. From the articles by Harriet Hall "Atrractive women are more likely to succeed" a debate on Feminism and Body Image and Jay Cradeur's "Men, Are you Afraid? You should be" the group gets into these very relevant isues of the millennial generation.They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but who is that, exactly? Is it the advertising industry? The patriarchy? The person sitting opposite us in a job interview? The trolls on Twitter? Or the lens of your smartphone? With the way you "look" being such a common theme in today's society, I wonder should people take advantage of it?
Perhaps the most important relationship we will have in this lifetime is our relationship with fear. Fear is that feeling in the pit of our stomach that forces us to stop and reevaluate any given situation. Fear is a beautiful mechanism that can, when operating properly,warn us of potentially life threatening situations. Fear is the trigger for our most natural human response of “fight or flight.” So join Robert, Abby, and Dan tonight and do forget to follow us on twitter!
Episode 30: Discover Divine Style Makeovers
They say that “beauty is in the eyes of the beholder”. But, what if the “beholder” is you … and you feel that your inner “beauty” is not reflected in how you present yourself to the world. What do you do? Where do you go?
Enter Ronnie McCullough and Kathryn Heflin, two vibrant California gals who have combined their knowledge, passion and talent to create DIVINE STYLE MAKEOVERS, a consulting practice specializing in the "Outward Expression of Your Inner Spirit”.
During our time together, Ronnie and Kathryn will generously share their unique perspective, guidelines and tips, plus lessons learned by helping numerous women (and men) experience the joy of revealing their true selves to the world! They will delight you with real-life stories of how they helped accomplish amazing transformations with a compassionate, caring process that focuses on the magic of colour, creative dressing, personalized shopping, wardrobe building, and embracing the elements of authentic style. Plus, be prepared to be inspired and motivated by Ronnie and Kathryn's own life journeys. You’ll love it!
WEEKLY ROUND TABLE with HiC Luttmers, John Carosella, Madonna MacInnis, and Mildred Lynn. TOPIC: How does FRUSTRATION show up in your life? Join us for a fun, robust discussion! (This show originally aired in March 2015)
Healing Conversations with Mildred Lynn airs the FIRST SUNDAY of the month @ 10:30am PST. For more shows and contact information, go to Healing Conversations blog. Feel free to share this episode with others.
Tonight On Unspoken Words Robert Dunn, Abby Fleming, & Dan Dye discuss the issues of Attraction, Sex, Social media, & Feminism. From the articles by Harriet Hall "Atrractive women are more likely to succeed" a debate on Feminism and Body Image and Kate Lloyd's "When women get addicted to sexting" the group gets into these very relevant isues of the millennial generation.They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but who is that, exactly? Is it the advertising industry? The patriarchy? The person sitting opposite us in a job interview? The trolls on Twitter? Or the lens of your smartphone? Sexting has become a part of everyday life for anyone with a smartphone and a libido. An online survey from Drexel University this summer found that 82 percent of the 840 participants, aged 18 to 82, had sexted at least one person in the past year. Thing is—just like with booze and food—the majority of people consume in moderation, but there are a few who end up doing it compulsively. So join Robert, Abby, and Dan tonight and do forget to follow us on twitter!
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Take a look at beauty through a metaphysical lens. Discover your beauty using your physical, mental, and spiritual eye. Remember beauty is in the eye of the beholder---and the windows of the soul--- what do you see out of the window? Take a walk through the "Secret Chamber" explore your sacred sexual self. Discover the motivations behind your life choices and hidden inhibitions. Join Personal Change Coach Heather "Hetheru" as she discusses hot topics and experiences that help to share who we are becoming.
The first of two Super Saturday Breeders' Cup prep days is this Saturday, September 26, with graded stakes Breeders' Cup preps at Belmont Park, Churchill Downs, and Santa Anita Park. The West Coast features top races for Breeders' Cup Classic hopefuls with the Awesome Again for males and super mare Beholder taking on her own sex in the Zenyatta Stakes, though the two-time champion is targeting the Classic and would likely be the second choice in that race behind Triple Crown champion American Pharoah. Ed DeRosa and Danny Zucker will also touch on the Beldame at Belmont, a race that could produce the Distaff favorite with Beholder targeting the Classic
TONIGHT’S TOPICS “Ban The Box.” The Pres announce plan to sign an executive order to end discrimination in the hiring process of ex offenders. “Let My People Go.” 6,000 federal inmates released Monday. “Selling One’s Soul For A Miserable Price.” 2 Pennsylvania Judges found guilty of scheme to jail youth for profit. “White Lives.” Police cleared of killing young white kid during a drug sting. “Happy On The Plantation.” The KNEE-GROW to the Pig being fired for vilifying female student. “Black Dems for UNCLE Ben Carson.” Ben Carson and the black vote. “More Like Fear Of A Brown Planet.” Why White America has a lack of fear of blacks verses lats. “Pick And Choose Your Battles Wisely.” Black Lives Matter protesters crash another Clinton speech. “Terrorism Is In The Eye Of The Beholder.” “Time To Pay The Piper.” German human rights group file war crimes charges against Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and other CIA officials. Ending On A Positive Note.
TwinSpires.com's Ed DeRosa & PredictionMachine.com's Danny Zucker discuss the Breeders' Cup Distaff, a race missing its division's biggest star but one that figures to have a say in the three-year-old filly championship. The Distaff anchors the Friday, October 30, Breeders' Cup card at Keeneland Race Course, and it is a race notorious for either coming up chalk (e.g. Azeri, Zenyatta) or throwing a big price (e.g. Spain, Adoration)
The top race for older horses is Saturday at Del Mar, and Ed DeRosa & Danny Zucker take a look at the field for the Pacific Classic, including morning line favorite Beholder against males going 1 1/4 miles on the dirt.
Hello everyone & welcome to soul Tuesday , October 13, 2015 at 3 p.m.-4p.m. eastern. 347-205 9957& chat room is open.
Theme: Life…After the Death of Love One
On the next edition of Life Is So Beautiful, my co-host Victor Holliday and I will talk with stateswoman, business leader, and author Barbara A. Robinson about her latest book “Bend in the Road: Reinventing Yourself after the death of a loved one”. She will recount her process of moving beyond engulfing grief following the death of her husband Jerry Robinson; to whom she was married for 47 years.
Barbara has lead a truly compelling life and has transformed herself through many of life’s harshest challenges. She has seen it all, and you will be INSPIRED by her many triumphs! Her previous books include “And Still I Cry”, “Yes YOU Can” and “Eyes of the Beholder”. She has been widely recognized for her various achievements and is the recipient of more than 100 awards including induction into the Maryland’s Women Hall of Fame.
Barbara is also an elected Delegate to the State of Maryland and was recently selected as the leader for the Maryland Legislative Black Caucus. We’ll learn more from her about their upcoming conference and the importance of being a leading Representative with and heart for the people and Spirit empowered by faith. Join us as we welcome the beautiful and elegant Barbara A. Robinson.
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