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Join Mama Cheryl as she gives her opinion on things going on in the world today. She will also be sharing on "Living the Set Apart Life", With topics such as, following the Torah by keeping the commandments of Yah and the testimony of Yeshua. Preparing for Shabbat and the Feast Days, cooking, gardening, canning, soap making, home schooling, modesty, homesteading. essential oils and much more. So, let's get ready for the set apart life.
Are people saved or healed in the name of "Jesus" or is there something else going on? Join us as we take a gander at this.
We Earthlings have a definite love affair with space. There's no doubt about it. For thousands of years, we have probed the night sky, always searching and reaching for the stars. Our telescopes and mathematics gives us a wide array of understanding at how the universe works.
But it's the guy next door that really captures our interest.
Who can resist that red brownish tan or those murky clouds? He's smaller than us with a really thin layer of atmosphere but we have never let a little thing like that bother us. After all, interesting things come in small packages. For a long time, he gave us the slip, shining like a flare in the black of space at different times through the years. He'd get close enough for us to say hello but then move away again.
Just like a planet to get all elusive on us.
We Earthlings are an aggressive bunch so we made it our business to get to know him. In the 19th century, we made a breakthrough. We looked in our telescopes, peeked through the window. And what we saw has made us giddy for the past hundred years or so. Finally, we get to see what this planet's all about...or have we?
Join me as we discuss our love affair with Mars with my guest co-host and contributor, Douglas Woodward, author of the The Lying Wonders of Mars. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or download the WLUV Radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.
Time away from the spotlight can be a bad thing.
But for Chrisette Michele, it was a necessary thing. Without the break, there is a strong possibility she wouldn’t be sitting in her Williamsburg apartment on a crisp morning, excitedly talking about her brand new album, Better.
To say the album title is fitting would be an understatement. Chrisette is giddy and proud to share the name of her fourth album with anyone who asks if only because she is a living embodiment of the word. “I’ve sang a lot of broken-hearted love songs because I had a broken heart from love,” says Chrisette. “I began to write a little bit darker. And for me, dark just means a song that doesn’t have a happy ending.”
On Better, even when Chrisette is laying her heart out on a table, she sounds confident and composed. Whether it’s the emotional Prince-like balladry of “You Mean That Much To Me” or the stern warning of “Snow,” Chrisette sounds independent and resolute. Even on “Soopa” a song where she explains to her lover that she won’t always be the perfect woman, Chrisette isn’t apologizing for her flaws as much she’s telling him, take it or leave it, and if you leave it, that’s okay.
When you first commit to the whole concept of entrepreneurship, starting a solo practice, you are simultaneously ecstatic and frantic and giddy and fretful. Once the decision is made, though, it seems you can't get started soon enough. You want to realize your dreams of self-employment, the autonomy, and the flexibility.
However, once the euphoria fades, how do you stay the course and realize your dreams? Learn some tips and tricks to help you navigate the dips and valleys known as solo practice which will be an eventuality for the majority of lawyers at some point in their professional lives.
Susan Cartier Liebel is the Founder and CEO of Solo Practice University® (solopracticeuniversity.com), the only online educational and professional networking community for lawyers and law students who want to create and grow their solo or small firm practices.
Susan is a coach/consultant for solos, entrepreneur mentor for LawWithoutWalls.org, member of the advisory board for the innovative Suffolk School of Law - Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation, an attorney who started her own practice right out of law school, adjunct professor at Quinnipiac University School of Law for eight years teaching law students how to open their own practices, frequent speaker, and columnist for LawyersUSA Weekly, Connecticut Law Tribune, The Complete Lawyer, and Law.com. She's contributed to numerous legal publications and books offering both practical knowledge and inspiration.
Fresh off an appearance on L.A. radio, I went on the air in Oklahoma City today, too, and the mood was a lot different.Shocker, eh?
As always, I do not have a rooting interest in who wins this series. Like always, I just hope for a good story.
Well, today my wishes were answered as folks around the world debated the blown replay and the thrilling final moments of Tuesday night's Clippers-Thunder game. That was the main topic of discussion in this podcast, but it was not the only NBA matter we touched upon.
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When I called Shirley Sanders to ask her if she would like to appear on this show, she was giddy and happy. She was turning 83 the following day; and she’d just returned from a very successful book signing for her very first book, "Sessy's Journey, 60 Years and three Generations of Wisdom". I heard about Shirley from a friend. The life she has lived could not have been foretold by her humble agrarian beginning. Mother of seven children (six of whom are no longer living) gave rise to her also being mother to some of her grandchildren! And along the way, she earned a Ph.D. and did a lot of good in this world. I want you to listen to Shirley and me talk and be inspired for your whole life! Click to visit Shirley's site.
ASA~ Family, I'm feeling a bit giddy on this one. To have such extraordinary artist as Bro. Kelvin Grayco Gray X and his wife Sister September Brooke interview ME is extremely humbling !!!!!! For those who are interested, I will open up and share some of my journey* Feel free to call in and ask questions if you'd like :-) ! CALL IN # 347-857-4514 also via www.blogtalkradio.com/hereafterisnow
Tonight the Honduran/Jew tandem talk the unionization of Northwestern University football and the landmark decision by the NLRB that allowed it. Recent developments in NFL free agency will be spoken on. They'll talk the demonization of Dan Snyder for attacking real issues in the Native American community. They'll take a gander at the standings on their bracket challenge and Ed's pessimism will lead him to concede with still plenty of March Madness left on deck.
Heidi Schwartz is VP, Strategic Alliances and Business Development at The Giddy Gander Company LLC and is responsible for all licensing opportunities and successfully growing the Wumbler property. Heidi has extensive experience within the licensing, marketing and sales arenas within the consumer products industry. In her words: Quite frankly, I love getting older. I guess it is because I am quite happy with where I have been, all that I have learned, and where I am going. Yes, I had rough times but one of the great things about getting older is that
the experience builds confidence and security in oneself. Fear is exchanged for assurance. Living life to the fullest takes on depth and meaning as a result of realizations you do not have when you are young. Having buried my
first husband (unexpectedly) over seven years ago, life's value to me become quite prominent in how I lived everyday from that point. Raising four children alone, transitioning two jointly owned companies (myself and my late husband), launching a third, highly successful company, then remarrying (not such a good decision). and becoming pregnant with my fifth child (a very good decision) only to face raising this child on my own as well....all of this has made me who I am - a wise and happy woman with steadfast feet and a forgiving, adventurous nature. Understanding how the mind, body, and soul connect has provided me optimum emotional, physical, and intellectual health." For Heidi changing the face of aging means choosing to be happy....to never stop growing....and to learn to make lemonade from lemons. Life is too short to do anything else.
Thrilled to host SCOTT TUROW in an author interview tomorrow on Dialogue. Mr. Turow has been one of my long-time favorite authors so I’m nearly giddy about this show. Now, here are some facts about Mr. Scott Turow:
Scott Turow is a writer and attorney. He is the author of nine best-selling works of fiction, including his first novel Presumed Innocent (1987) and its sequel, Innocent (2010). His works of non-fiction include One L (1977) about his experience as a law student, and Ultimate Punishment (2003), a reflection on the death penalty. He frequently contributes to publications such as The New York Times, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Playboy and The Atlantic. Mr. Turow’s books have won a number of literary awards, including the Heartland Prize in 2003 for Reversible Errors, the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award in 2004 for Ultimate Punishment and Time Magazine’s Best Work of Fiction, 1999 for Personal Injuries. His books have been translated into more than 25 languages, sold more than 30 million copies world-wide and have been adapted into a full length film and two television miniseries.
Additionally, he performs with the Rock Bottom Remainders, a musical group of best seller authors raising funds for various literacy charities. As Dave Barry puts it: “We play music about as well as Metallica writes novels.”
His latest novel, IDENTICAL is now available and is a wonderful addition to his other titles. Written in perfect Scott Turow style, readers of great mysteries will want to buy this book.
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Despite his best efforts at self-immolation following a hypocritical evening of smoking an e-cig and wearing his pants around his knees, I have managed to extinguish the flames and coax Dr. Dan to join in one more episode of the sometimes epiphanous, but most often downright ridiculous ASK DR DAN SHOW!!!
This episode is something we are both giddy with excitement over, since we are finally able to tell people what we really feel. I don't want to give it away, but rest assured that tonight's episode is going to be different from any other, and if we don't manage to offend you, we deeply apologize and will make every effort to do so as well as we can in the future. Consider tonight's episode to be our little way of giving back.
Tonight will be the last episode of our 2013 fiscal year as well as the final show for Dr. Dan in the year of 2013 on the Gregorian calendar, so let's all make it our effort to make this the best one yet. Your all-time favorite host, Ryan (me), will be not be back on the show until January 31st, as he will be on a quest to find his inner light. But fear not, for I will be back soon enough to drag the show down to the level of despair it rightfully deserves reside in.
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