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October 30, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Finding or Changing Your Destiny: The Role of Faith, Fortitude and Luck
INTERVIEW GUESTS: Ron Swager and Roland Deah
Ron Swager - Author and protagonist of the award winning book, "Day of the Elephants" - a true story about one man’s life and how faith, fortitude and luck helped to create a new beginning. Ron is a businessman and entrepreneur who lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Roland Deah - A native of Liberia and survivor of the bloody insurrection against the Liberian Government and many of its citizens launched by Charles Taylor in the 1990’s. It is Roland’s story that is told in the book. He is now a U.S. citizen, a Pharmacy Tech and also lives in Tucson.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
“What is my life destiny?” This is a question asked by many people as they ponder the reasons for unexpected changes in their life and even for their existence. Our destiny is generally limited to the undeniable and factual circumstances surrounding our birth. These circumstances include the continent or country we were born, the time and place of our birth, our birth parents, our gender and so on. It also covers some of the more solid but still unpredictable elements of our being, such as religion, class, education, life style and personal drive. Once these factors are set, what can be done to change them? What role does your faith, your fortitude and even your luck play in finding or changing your destiny?
The Don S. McClure Show- Fortitude & Victory- A winning Spirit
1. Strength of mind that allows one to endure pain or adversity with courage.
2. Strength and Firmness of mind; resolute endurance
3. Mental and emotional strength in facing adversity, danger, or temptation courageously.
Fortitude - strength of mind that enables one to endure adversity with courage. Natural Virtue (scholasticism) one of the four virtues (prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance) derived from nature
Braveness,bravery, courage,courageousness - a quality of spirit that enables you to faced anger or pain without showing standing against all odds knowing you will be Victorious.
A man stand alone against the shadow of life, feeling he has come to a battle that will change his life forever. On this day of silence he gathers his courage and fills his spirit with the faith and belief that on this day of fear he will know what he is made of and where his life journey will take him.
HE WILL BE VICTORIOUS ON THE BATTLE FIELD OF LIFE. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/donsmcclure/2014/10/18/the-don-s-mcclure-show-fortitude-victory-winning-spirit
" Don S. McClure"
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Daniel – Referred to as one of the four great prophets along with Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. He is the patron saint of courage, fortitude and strength.
Meet the man behind the nun like none other. Author Davis Aujourd'hui, the quirky mind who created The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude and the sequel Babes in Bucksnort joins Amy Beth for an inspiring conversation about satire, spirituality and the healing power of humor.
We'll also dip into the mailbag, offer another creative jumpstart for our journal challengers and open up the lines for our free flow pop culture convo.
Join us live at 1 PM ( EST) or anytime on demand. Call in 347-857-4505 or tweet questions/comments in advance or during the show @abwrites.
Did you know that profound pain, loss, and grief is both a natural part of what it means to be human and can be that which leads us to personal transformation? Come with us as we begin to walk down the Hero's Journey Through Grief...this path will transform us if we let it.
Today's episode focuses on step five of The Model of Heart-Centered Model of Grief, which is spiritual fortitude. With respect for all religions and philosophical beliefs, this step speaks about letting your “heart spirituality” be the sturdy and supportive container of your grief.
Hope is Now.
Withdrawal is a common male behavior in relationships, but it’s beginning to seem that entire groups of men are withdrawing from women in general. Men should not strive to stay out of trouble. We should strive to be the best men we can be. Only then are we worthy of women’s love. We shouldn’t complain if women are unenthusiastic about our lack of direction. We certainly shouldn’t cry victim if our spiritual listlessness drives them to the arms of men who pilot their own ships—or at least appear to do so.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. We men learned how to change diapers and cook risotto. We learned to watch for barely perceptible nods of approval before opening doors for women. We even learned to manscape, for goodness sake.
Women were supposed to be happy with the new variety of men. Yet they are divorcing us just like they divorced our insensitive forefathers. American woman initiate 69 percent of divorces. Who can blame women for being bored with men these days? Far too many of us have lost our masculine fortitude. That fortitude has nothing to do with being dominant or avoiding vacuum cleaners. It’s a product of solid values and strong backbones. I think most men are retreating from the sense that nothing they do is good enough, and women will forever be unhappy with them. They’re propelled even further by a small, but vocal, contingent of women who provide a steady stream of anger and disapproval.
Whenever you are starting a new project you need two things to be successful and, yup, you guessed it from the title - Blood and Guts. Do you have the gumption, fortitude, and tenacity to push through your doubts and fears and press on to succeed at whatever goals you have envisioned for yourself?
This episode, Mordant & McFall ask the hard questions you need answers for in order to build your project correctly. Tune in and hear their individual opinions on how important it is to have the blood and guts necessary to set off a positive revolution in your own life.
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Are you suffering? Do you know someone who is? Each Thursday on Following The Truth, Catholic Evangelist Gary Zimak will explore the radical concept of "Finding Joy In Suffering". In this episode, we'll look at the importance of the gift of fortitude in dealing with suffering. In addition, Gary will read and discuss the daily Mass readings. Suffering is something that happens to all of us at some point in our lives. Even if it's not your time, this information will be extremely helpful when you need it. Tune in and unlock the mystery of "Finding Joy In Suffering!"
Today, we honor Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr., the only non-president to have a national holiday dedicated in his honor. He is memorialized in hundreds of statues, parks, streets, squares, churches and other public facilities around the world as a leader whose teachings are increasingly relevant to the progress of humankind.
Everyone should see the movie, "SELMA" to truly appreciate Dr.King's extraordinary leadership in the Civil Rights movement, marked by unshakable courage and fortitude.
Today, we have awesome radio personality, John Bell, who was around when the Civil Rights movement was in full swing. Hear from John about the effect it had on his life and why there is still so much to be done in this regard.
Author and Different Strokes for Different Folks radio show host David Clarke is a retired social worker, a recovered alcoholic, and recovered sex addict. He has poured his years of intense experiences into Ockham's Razor Revisited. He has also done so with his third novel, Shades of Gay. The first two novels were written under the pen name of Davis Aujourd'hui. They are The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude and Babes in Bucksnort. All of his novels have enjoyed rave reviews on Amazon.com.
David has found spirituality as a way to help fill the needs that could not be satisfied through his seeming addictions. He is committed to spreading a message of hope and faith to others which is what his radio show and books are all about. He is socially-minded and he wrote Ockham's Razor Revisited and Shades of Gay as a way to share the pain of addiction and hope and belief for recovery. http://www.authordavidclarke.com http://www.freespiritbroadcasting.com/david-clarke2.html http://www.blogtalkradio.com/authordavidclarke