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No matter how much you love someone, sometimes it's best to walk away. If you are not getting what you are giving in your relationship, maybe it's time for you to let go. If you have been battling with staying or walking away, but your heart says leave; allow the Queen to give you the strength you need to walk away. The Queen gives you two full commercial free hours of the Quiet storm with a twist. From old school to new school and everything in between, the playhouse is definitely where you want to be. It's the new hangout spot for the grown and sexxy.
There are various forms of inspiration & it can literally come from anywhere. Whether it's from books, friends, family, or coaches inspiration is something we all need & value. Today we will discuss the people and/or things that inspire us along with the importance of using every opportunity to inspire or motivate another person.
Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz will discuss "Ways to Find Inspiration" on the Sunday Night Changing Minds Online Show. Inspiration is everywhere we look but sometimes it is easy to miss. We are going to give you a few ways we find inspiration on a daily basis. Call in to (949) 203-4763 at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 8/30 to join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2015/08/31/ways-to-find-inspiration
We will be talking about how to overcome battles in the face of adversity, inspiration, overcoming and we will have an amazing guest, Kelly Grote talking about her upcoming poetry book that she is releasing after overcoming battles and difficulties. Our primary focus will be on how to tie inspiration into your daily lifestyle and into a goal or dream and how to continue to stay the course despite having to overcome roadblocks. We will be talking to Kelly about her upcoming book, its release, as well as how to preorder this amazing gem. I will be asking Kelly excellent questions about inspiration. I will also talk about this week's prints and our new developments on social media.
Many people in doing personal growth have considerable talents and attractive qualities. In an effort to ‘give back’ to their communities, their command of the spotlight accomplishes more than most. But, how do you bring your gifts to the public and not get lost in the ego of it all. Tune in this week as Lisa Jones and I discuss how we can only be as successful as our opportunities allow. We are not islands onto ourselves. Any brilliance we achieve is closely linked to the people with whom we relate. Recognizing the source of your inspiration and energy is part of a conscious effort to keep these universal forces in balance. Tonight’s show is about how to be very "aware" of the world beyond the self. Who is giving you the chance to shine? Where is the source of your energy coming from? Acknowledge these helpful phenomena. Take time to understand and realize the universal integration of things and it will contribute immensely to your own evolution. This discussion offers the perspective of ‘appreciation’ regarding your life and circumstances.
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14 Then he brought me to the door of the gate of the Lord's house which was toward the north; and, behold, there sat women weeping for Tammuz.
Fast of Shiva Asar B'Tammuz in Israel
The Fast of Shiva Asar B'Tammuz is held on the 17th day of Tammuz, which is the fourth month of the Hebrew calendar. It observes five calamities that affected the Jewish people. These are: (1) Moses broke the tablets of stone and (2) an idol known as “the Golden Calf” was erected in 1313 BCE; (3) the daily sacrificial offerings were discontinued in 423 BCE; (4) Jerusalem’s walls were breached in 69 BCE; and (5) the Roman military leader Apostomus burned a Torah scroll possibly around 50 CE just before the Bar Kokhba revolt.
Moses broke the stone tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments. This event is one of the five calamities observed on the 17th of Tammuz.©iStockphoto.com/ ZU_09
What do people do?
Many Jewish people fast from dawn until nightfall by abstaining from food and drinks. However, people who are ill or weak, children and pregnant or nursing mothers may not fast completely but only eat simple food. In addition, special prayers are recited and sections of the Torah and Haftarah (Haftorah, Haptara) are read during the morning and evening services. In contrast to some fast days, Jewish people may be permitted to wear leather and wash themselves on the 17th of Tammuz.
The Fast of Shiva Asar B'Tammuz, also known as the 17th (or Seventeenth) of Tammuz, is not a public holiday in Israel.
The 17th day of Tammuz is a day of mourning for Jewish people. It marks the anniversary of five calamities. On this day in the year 1313 BCE, Moses broke the tablets of stone that were inscribed with the Ten Commandments and the idol of “the Golden Calf” was erected.
Football season is coming, and I've had the pleasure of interviewing Kevon Brown on this very timely subject, as we discuss his gripping novel series, "Gridiron Glory," and talk shop about a writers' process and search for inspiration. Check out his website here for more info! We've also got a small number of tips for the writers out there who are looking to get out of their comfort zones, get over writers' block, and get back to putting some words on the page! Enjoy!
This week, Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee, inspires with the Epitome of a GIVEr, DOer and SHAREr, Toiyan (TOI) M.Hendricks. Toi is a philanthropist and business developer, pianist, motivational speaker and Empowerment Coach. is also a newly established co-author. Her voice is one that has many tones: articulate and prophetic through spoken word, yet also musically inclined to collaborate a classical masterpiece with a rhythmic phrase of positive daily affirmations. Toi Hendricks, an inspirational, intuitive motivational speaker was publicly speaking at the early age of 14 and active politically for the City of Detroit. Leadership abilities were established quite early for Toiyan. Successfully completing high school by the age of 15 as valedictorian at Nancy Boykin Alternative Academy for Girls Class of 1993 with a 3.9 Gpa (Detroit, MI) was just the beginning of the "Real life" ahead. Her college experience began in Communications/Theater Arts at the early age of 16 at Wayne State University. She and her daughter Sha'Rae served and volunteered together in Wasthtenaw County." Various organizations such as Americorps, Americorps Vista, Washtenaw Family Support Network , SAFEHouse ( A Domestic Violence Project), Foster Care Services of Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor, Michigan), C.A.U.S.E. ( Consistent Autism Advocacy and Unconditional Support Environment), and Autism Speaks were all delightedly supported through volunteerism of over 3000 hours by not only Toi Hendricks but also accompanied by her daughter.
Listen to the LIVE interview with Toi Hendricks and Bobby Dee, via mobile at 718-766-4964 0r online.
Jenn, the manager of Pari Prints, is your host and the founder of the site as well as the voice of Pari Prints BlogTalk Radio. In the first talk she will discuss what the site is about and also what to look forward to in the future. The purpose of the blog talks is to promote inspiration and motivation. Jenn is a trained Life Coach and has a background in Human Services and Counseling. With this Radio she hopes to motivate others with #SpeakKindness - her favorite hashtag and to talk about how to decrease negativity in life. This is her first go round at any radio show at all on her own so it may be a bumpy ride at first but with the help of others around her she hopes you will tune in and have a good time with some humor, happiness, and some good stories from the past and now that have helped show that overcoming and conquering as well as miracles are always possible. #PariOn
Always and forever is a long time to love someone. To love someone forever, it's more than just sex. Love is unconditional, love is pure, love is shown, and love is emotional. If you are ready to spend the rest of your life with that special someone, tonight is the night to make it all right. Come hang out with the Queen, as she plays those love songs that says the things you have trouble saying. Every Sunday evening, the Queen gives you two full hours of commercial free music. The Queen brings you the Quiet Storm with a new twist. Come to the new hangout spot; where only the grown and sexxy play.
Welcome back Sacred Journey Mentor and Alchemist Pam Rennie! Pam is returning to blog talk radio after an insightful time of quiet pause and transformation.
In this launch episode: The focus is all about a "Universal Time Out."*The Super Full Moon in Pisces on 8/29 is inviting is to look deeply inward and be certain we are on ours Soul's path and in alighment with our Intenstion and desires. The energy is building and emotions may be springing up. Pam, will share insights, and Essental Energy Tools to smooth out this powerful time of personal exploration. Tools and insights that will serve on anyday to help us navagate our journey with more Ease and Grace.
Those she works with have said she provided the "Soul Map" for their journey:
"As a teacher, counselor, mentor, healer and channel, Pam seamlessly moves within these roles to help me live a joyful life." M.B.
Learn more about Pam here: http://sacredjourneymentor.com/
Essential Energy Tools: http://pamrennie.com/grounding-cord-rose-tool
For more on the Super Full Moon Enjoy Kate Rose: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/08/super-full-moon-in-pisces-the-emotional-apocalypse/
Go here for Essential Energy Tools of Alchemy: http://pamrennie.com/grounding-cord-rose-tool
Please join host Frankie Picasso this Thursday, August 13th at 1:00 pm EDT on The Good Radio Network when she is joined by her guest, Christina Fast, an incredible young Canadian woman who founded SPECTrust, ‘Sterile Processing Education Charitable Trust’). The trust which that was established to support education related to effective sterile processing and infection control practices in hospitals and clinics in developing countries such as Guinea, Sierra Leone, Congo and Madagascar.
Christina first went to West Africa in 2011 when she volunteered to be an OR Sterilizer for Mercy Ships Canada. While on board, she was able to teach to some crew as a well as local staff the International course on Sterilization that she was currently delivering in Calgary.
Curious about the local hospital, Christina asked these nurses if they would take her to visit the local hospital to view their sterilization setup. She almost wished she hadn’t. ‘
Not only were their sterilization techniques unsanitary, “They had a few drum sterilizers that had been broken for an unknown length of time.” says Christina, but the infection rates post surgery were like 90% compared to the hospital where Christina worked was 0.03% surgically related infection rate.
Touring that hospital, Christina realized at that moment that she hadn't been called to Africa to serve onboard, but to be a voice for this unseen and so crucially important area of the hospitals.”
Since that visit, Christina has developed more training, and continues to volunteer sterilization techniques in collaboration with the African Mercy.
Through a government grant, Christina has been able to purchase Pressure Cookers that she brings to hospitals and medical centres throughout West Africa in an attempt to increase the sterility of their instruments.
Stay tuned to hear her story.