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  • 00:59

    Brock Perry Reloaded or Ducks of the deserts of Nevada

    in Sports

    Last weeks show was not one of my best to say the least, Got the times confused so this time it will be polished like a tu*d in a punch bowl :)

  • 00:57

    Out of the Fog: Reclaiming the Wild Soul with Mary Reynolds Thompson

    in Spirituality

    Join me for a conversation with Mary Reynolds Thompson, author of Reclaiming the Wild Soul. Come on a journey into Earth’s five great landscapes and explore them as aspects of our deeper, wilder selves. Where the inner and outer worlds meet, we discover the silence and simplicity of deserts, the mystery of forests, the flow of oceans and rivers, the inspiration of mountains, and the regenerative spirit of the grasslands. These are “soulscapes” revealing the beauty and magnificence of our own true nature, providing us with a path of personal transformation aligned with the healing of the wild Earth. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio. 

  • 01:00

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pinksands7breakers/2015/05/07/organics-reforestatio

    in Health

    Gmo food threatens to systematically destroy the health of the global citizen, the industrial  farm inputs to accelrate growth of plants to maturity, depletes the soil because the natural replenishment cycles can not cope with this rapid plant growth, This means that fertile soil will be gradually made barren soil and the food grown will be less potent nutritionally.


     Aggressive destruction of jungles to get at the subtreanean minerals, taking square miles of trees for paper and furniture every day is not sustainable, thus the climate, expanding deserts, new extreme drought zones, and changing weather patterns  is impacting us more negatively then bloody wars, we currently see in flung countries and our community streets.,

  • 02:00

    Health and Beauty (part II) and How to Eat to Live

    in Current Events

    Join us as we discuss Health and Beauty and its connection to How to Eat to Live (which is also a book that was written by Nation of Islam patricarch, the Hon. Elijah Muhammad).  With exclusive interview with Lawrence Samir Muhammad, graduate of Growing Power, by hosts Khalifah Muhammad and Michael 6X.

  • 03:41

    'The Matt Duffin Show' - "It's a Living Thing"

    in Social Networking

    It's a Living Thing, it's a terrible thing to lose...


     


    Electric Light Orchestra first explained that to me in the '70s, and the song's lyrics certainly mean much more to me today.  I keep seeing the words "TBI Sucks" from folks I befriend, or is that they befriend me?  Anyway, TBI Sucks?  Hummm.  


     


    Uh, where have you been?  It sucked when we was knocked out, and hospitalized.  Friends, family, co-workers, neighbors, whoever you felt close to immediantly knew it sucked, praying and wishing for a miracle to save you.  Yep, TBI sucks.  So does floods, house fires, being fired with no bread for your kids, theft, cheaters, divorce (wrong can of worms), cancer, and most importantly to mankind - death.  And more, much more ''sucks'' (be nice).  TBI the winner, the 'cream of the crop' of hated destiny?  


     


    Change it, go with the change.  Learn, share, understand that maybe inside the world you lived in isn't different - you are.  Accept and move on.  Will ya find the same enjoyments?  Doubt it.  Those will change too -- and for the better, you'll see.  It's a Living Thing...


     


    Daniel Mollino is somewhere in the western deserts of Nevada his bike from New Jersey across America for TBI Awareness.  He should check in later in the show.  You check in now, after I have a SHORT ramble, naturally.  424  243-9540.  Let's discuss life, as is or as was.  Then let's discuss for tomorrow, this TBI Survivors goal every day.  It's a living thing I said...

  • 00:56

    Show #59- Step Roadmap to Create the Change You Want!!

    in Motivation

    1st Guest: Crichton E M Miller FCILT


    www.crichtonmiller.com 


    Believing that truth can only be perceived in a mind free from pre cognitive bias, Crichton E M Miller FCILT is world famous for patenting the Celtic cross.


    Crichton presents serious challenges to contemporary historical and religious thinking with his rediscoveries of ingenious systems developed in prehistory to manage time, design temples and navigate oceans and deserts. Attempting to redress the balance, Crichton has written a best-selling book about his work and appeared on many television and radio shows, inspiring seekers and other authors alike.


    2nd Guest: Dr. Sky Blossoms, # 1 Bestselling and Award-winning Author, Relationship Expert & Intuitive


    www.BestThingEver.com  


    Born with a unique intuitive talent, Dr. Sky helps you uncover EXACTLY what’s keeping you unfulfilled in relationships and to find passion, love and connection you desire.


    The best part: you get life-changing results in record time!


    Her new book “Best Thing Ever” is a practical guide to help you escape disappointments and create truly blissful relationship.


    3rd Guest: Dr. Michael Pearlman, Psychiatrist  and Personal Life Strategist


    www.lawofattractionjournaling.com


    Michael Pearlman, M.D. is a well-known Boston area psychiatrist and a spiritually focused life coach.  Michael has developed Law of Attraction Journaling to guide people in revealing their Divine Self-Expression and live the life of their dreams. Law of Attraction Journaling is a meditative, intentional inquiry roadmap applied to your day-to-day thoughts and experiences so you align with your heart’s desires. 


     

  • 03:58

    'The Matt Duffin Show' - Awareness; Sometimes...

    in Radio

    Brain Injury Awareness.  Personally, my gig.  Along with doctors, therapists, radio and this chair.  Well, I get out.  Told a lot.  With the change of life, it seems getting out was massive amount of hours, and now this chair and wall has replaced it.  Its ok, I enjoy my thoughts.  I am AWARE of my TBI.  All the time.  Most human beings are aware from toddler that you don't play around and hit your head.  We grow, we overlook situations that will cause trauma.  Sometimes, we are reminded, sometimes never.  Hang out with me and I'd bore you with awareness talk.  Well, I'd probably bore ya anyway.   But tonights guests never will.  The LEGEND from Austraila now Las Vegas Miss Deborah Berry starts us off, talking about Awareness to get us going.  Be AWARE Mr. Sam Way is a happy man, and he returns to tell us why.  Sue Root is scheduled to call in, any time she wants.  She's currently overworked, yet still overjoyed with the move from Florida to Colorado for Amy Sue's Medical Marijuana.  Daniel Mollino is closing in on his target, but just entered the deserts of Nevada.  Hopefully he's able to give us an update on his Ride for TBI Awareness Across America.  You calll me, you be a guest.  I don't care - its summer time!  


    Chuck Manson brought his guitar with him on special furlough, we just dont what's so special about the Downtown Milton Studio.  I just gotta see what's up.  

  • 00:30

    Songwriters Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer Release MARITIME

    in Indie Music

    Singer-songwriters Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer chat with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about their new album MARITIME, their national and international tour, living in a cabin on an island in Washington State, kayaking with Orcas, and more. Drawing on the nature around them, McGraw and Fer recorded MARITIME in their cabin on an island nestled between Seattle, WA and Victoria, British Columbia. Instead of leaving to record in a bustling city, McGraw and Fer decided to stay isolated at their seaside home, calling on kindred musicians and their producer to share in the experience.
    McGraw and Fer met in Flagstaff, Arizona in 2010 before relocating to the Pacific Northwest in 2012. McGraw spent a decade as a wildlife biologist, studying endangered birds in remote locales from the deserts of Mexico and the Grand Canyon to the mountainous rain forests of Washington. Fer's musical pulse led her to Spain, where she studied music, language and local culture.

    This interview originally aired on April 20, 2015 on Big Blend Radio's Nature Connection show, which broadcasted live from Ridgemark Golf & Country Club in Hollister, California.

  • 01:01

    Martin Luther King - The American Dream part 2

    in Moms and Family

    Martin Luther King, Jr., was a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens. But with respect to the relation between those first principles and the programmatic means for effecting them, his thought leaves much ground for legitimate dispute. A careful analysis of King’s political teaching shows that these two elements of his thinking are in tension with one another and thereby account for the persistent divisions over how to understand his legacy.

  • 01:02

    Martin Luther King - The American Dream

    in Moms and Family

    Martin Luther King, Jr., was a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens. But with respect to the relation between those first principles and the programmatic means for effecting them, his thought leaves much ground for legitimate dispute. A careful analysis of King’s political teaching shows that these two elements of his thinking are in tension with one another and thereby account for the persistent divisions over how to understand his legacy.

  • 00:42

    Growing Food Inside the Garden of Eden a discussion with Michael Twiggs

    in Fitness

    An interview with Michael Twiggs, Executive Director of Garden of Eden Urban Farming


    A background in technology and strong faith has lead Michael Twiggs founder of Garden of Eden Urban Farming to bring his dream to live. With a very ambitious goal of eliminating urban food desserts across the country the first demonstration of the organic urban indoor farm is tucked away inside a small home in a quiet neighborhood in Seattle. But once inside you are surrounded by a modern environment designed for growing healthy produce indoors. Learn how this project was brought to life and how it will benefit communities across the country. Visit the web site at http://goefarming.com/