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There is some truth to the old saying, “There are only two things you can count on in life: death and taxes.” Everyone experiences death. Death and dying are an inevitable part of human life.
How do we heal from Loss? Is there Life afer Death? What d you know abut DEATH?
Greg Autry is the co-author of the book Death by China. How much influence do they really have on us? Is there really a war on Christmas, I say YES! **************************************************** Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately? There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL
1. According to the Associated Press, Japan says it may fire warning shots and take other measures to keep foreign aircraft from violating its airspace. The latest verbal blast between Tokyo and Beijing raises concerns that a dispute over hotly contested islands could spin out of control.
2. According to the Jerusalem Post, the Israeli Defense Ministry is holding a series of tests on an upgraded version of the Iron Dome rocket defense system. The upgrades are designed to give the Iron Dome &
On this episode, I will have as my guest True Spence, a 6' 2" blond-haired, all-American looking guy, who has lived and worked in Japan for the last 25 years.He closely follows events in the USA and in Asia, and so brings a unique perspective about how America is seen by people of another culture.
Constantly evolving, Japan Soul is a wandering vacuum of ideas influenced by styles as diverse as art rock, sophisti-pop and electronic dance music. Japan Soul is the music collective of Jason Paul—vocals, guitars, bass, programming, David Rozner—percussion, arrangements and guitars, and DaVe Lipp—saxophones, bass, eclectic instruments. Japan Soul seeks to create transcendental music that synthesizes art, dissent and euphoria through popular music. They stop in on Thursday, April 11, at 7pm EST
Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., on Giving Grief a Voice. www.wisewidow.com
Death Cafe'? The objective of Death Cafe is "To increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives". Death cafes began in 2004, when sociologist Bernard Crettaz began hosting pop-up "cafe mortals" in Switzerland." They have recently come to North America. Each cafe is led by a facilitator comfortable and knowledgeable about dealing with death. At Death Cafes people come together in a relaxed and safe setting to discuss death, drink tea and eat delicious cake.
Joinme and my guest Mark LaRocca, host of Death Cafe in Atlanta Georgia and learn how to participating in a Death Cafe' might be of help to you.
The ancient understanding of death iscompletely different than our modern concept. We will search for the keys to interpret these concepts tonight to clarify our continued study.
According to Alvin Boyd Kuhn;
“For in olden times the proper signification of the terms "death" and "the dead" was the touchstone by which the meaning of all scriptural writing could be gauged. The terms carried in their ancient usage a hidden or esoteric connotation, which was at once a clue to the primary meaning of the entire structure of theology and a key to the rational envisagement of our mortal life.”
In other words he's saying; Death ain't death like we know it y'all!
Do you believe that?
What did our ancestors believe?
Are we the real Zombies?
We are going to explore these concepts on Friday May 24, 2013 at 8pm EST and 5pm PST
Come and join us.
Today’s program, The Black Death, by Morton Wishengrad, and narrated by Joseph Wiseman, tells of that perilous time in Europe during the 14th century in which one out of every four people died a horrendous death--25 million people --deaths that many blamed on the Jews
George Santayana said “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
The Chosen Radio, broadcast on the first and third Sunday of the month on Blog Talk Radio is proud to bring you exciting heritage presentations of the radio programs that you grew up with. The legacy of The Eternal Light lives to brighten our lives.
This program has been edited by Don Canaan, an award-winning print journalist and former NBC News film editor, who also brings you Author's Beat on BTR, every Sunday evening at 7:30 ET.
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Blessed Maria Assunta – a missionary in China (b. 1878-d. 1905) was the first non-martyred missionary sister to be beatified in the history of the church.
In this compelling episode, Rita Platz, of Bend, Oregon, describes how a near death experience went on to making her the woman she is today. Rita, owner of Sakari Massage Therapy, is a warm human being. Her own pain has led her to have more love and compassion for people. Join us for this heartfelt story.