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Today I want to talk to you about a happy ending. We all like a good ending, and a happy ending makes for a good ending. We read books to get to the ending, we watch movies to see how it ends. I can endure a slow start or even a bad start to a movie or book if it picks up and has a good ending. We can't even begin to count how many children's books end with the line “and they lived happily ever after.” It's just something in our nature that wants to see things work in a good way for good people.
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Thank you for joining this segment of The Struggle Continues. This week we present a two part program that look at two sides of our struggle. In days past, black people, in particular, caught hell from every aspect of life. Those conditions forced Blacks to do for self and take care of each other; Blacks created a good out of that which was meant for harm. For example, research "Black Wall Street."
In this post-Civil Rights era, the problems created by this designed plan are not always easy to identify and developing solutions leave even the brightest among us puzzled! The prevailing argument by the masses is that your conditions result from the choices you make. Personally, my standing argument is why are some people forced to choose from things that should not even be choice selections in the first place.
In part one we talk with young entrepreneurs Tenyse Williams and Mario Daniels who have founded a magazine called "Dapper Dads!" "Dapper Dads" addresses the needs of fathers. Wiliams and Daniels talk about how the concept developed and some of the struggles they face in "trying to do the right thing." "Dapper Dads" debuts on Father's Day 2014! Let's encourage them and find out how you can get your copy and be a part of this history in the making.
In part two we look at the other side of our too familiar struggle. We talk with our very own Hilda K. Broday who has received another request from an inmate within the prison system asking for help. New Jersey prisons are riddled with oppression and abuse! Our efforts to help inmates in Alabama were effective! Now, we try to help inmates in the state of New Jersey! North or south, east or west, there is no where left to run; we have got to stand and fight! We are open to all suggestions.
Struggle.. How many of you know what that means?Have u Eva been through DA struggle?Did u come out or r u still struggling.. Share UR strength and experience with us on MONDAY madness!! We KEEPIN it straight GUTTA on this show..call in at 347-857-4391 CALL TIME IS 7pm PST 9pm CST 10pm EST DONT MISS OUT! TJE STRUUGGLE IS REAL YALL!
Dr. Linda Tucker asks a blunt question on this episode of Let the people say X the people show : How do you move forward after a struggle?
My Guest Speaker today is Andre Lamar. Andre is a dynamic and powerful man of God. When I asked this bother how shall I introduce him? His was response was: "Just introduced me as Andre, my work speak for it·self." This preaches are you ready?
Howdy, people! The dog days of summer are truly upon us but you can seek solace with a cool refreshing dose of the liquid truth, courtesy of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review broadcast. Pull up a chair and listen to Dburt and Capt. Kirk this Wednesday at 7:30pm tackle the following current event laden issues: The Root highlights a viral meme that critiques Black Women for wearing weaves to the benefit of Korean fiscal advancement (you mean that's not true?) ; continuing with The Root, another piece puts the focus on Black credit invisibility and how it can affect homeownership, employment and a myriad of financial opportunities; Dburt analyzes the (over)use of the term "struggle" in communities of color; for our Blue Area segment, a YourBlackWorld.net piece zeroes in on a former prison inmate who developed a million dollar funded web business with 10 employees entitled, Pigeonly; should the Obama administrations My Brother's Keeper initiative include girls?; and lastly, does a Minneapolis restaurant's new dress code discriminate against Black people? We let the listeners decide. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
End of War
What would it actually take
What do we need to do for real world peace
What would the future be like in a world of Peace.
What if everyone who is not working and not going to school started to help in their communities? The world would change over night!
What can any one person do?
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the struggle of faith when society has abolished sanity. Sanity is a construct of the mind that operates social contract. It is also abolished by social contract. The monistic paradigm is under seige today by the powers of this present age. The abandonment of Yahweh has its own consequences. How must believing ones live during the widespread social unrest of this age? We walk by faith, and not by sight.
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Not only is struggle unnatural, it is also unreal. As with everything else, the only place that struggle can possibly exist is in our thinking. When the thinking mind is still, the struggle disappears. So where does it go? We will talk about it on the show.
Also, you will be amazed at the incredible guests that we have lined up for the coming weeks. Here at Living From Within, we are captivated by the idea of Effortless Manifestations, and have called upon some of the giants in that area to show us how it’s done. Please join us.
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Doug earned his Bachelor's from Blue Ridge Institute in North Carolina with additional credits from Ohio State University and Xavier University.. He has over 26 years’ experience in the Food Industry; and 20 plus years of ministry.
On June 15th, Doug released his first book entitled, In Hope for Time and Eternity. This book takes the reader on the journey of Doug’s life as he rises to success and finds emptiness at the top of the ladder causing him to look inward and discovering a true source of joy. It’s a must read.
Twitter: @TimeEternity @Doug_Herald
Inagural edition of Wild Wellness Podcast! Surrender your struggle, what would life be like if you didn't have to struggle?
Wild Wellness is a resource for people especially women who are seeking to make their lives better. The key components are body, mind, and spirit. You can connect to all of these through the body, the body doesn't lie and it is an excellent divining rod for how to live your best life. Stay tuned to fine all this out and more!
Thank you for listening,
Paz y Amor