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Join Tom Hayes as he features the music of Joanie Calem and the writing and illustration talen of Rhonda Paglia and Ratna Kusuma Halim.
When she was 15, Joanie moved to Israel, and completed my high school degree at the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem. I then continued my musical training in piano pedagogy, both in the conventional and the Suzuki systems, and early-childhood music and movement. I studied for many years with Anne Barlin, who is considered one of the “mothers” of the dance therapy field and an experienced teacher of the Dalcroze system. I maintained a private piano studio in my home for 15 years, as well as teaching pre-school and early elementary music and movement classes in a number of local schools in the area I lived in.
Three Little Gnomes and a Boy Name Orion is Rhonda Paglia's fourth children's book. What began as an impromptu story project in 2009 for her grandson, Orion, has blossomed into a captivating 68 page story with over 40 beautiful illustrations and charming characters that kids will love. Rhonda's illustrator for this book is Ratna Kusuma Halim from Indonesia. "She has brought the gnomes to life and turned this little garden story into something magical," said Rhonda.
Rhonda is a retired elementary teacher and very busy grandmother from Hermitage, Pennsylvania. She loves writing stories for her five grandchildren and now she's happy to share them with other kids. Rhonda also loves spending time in her garden, but she's always looking over her shoulder because she knows there are secret things going on out there when she's not looking!
Every Wednesday Night with Khalid, Halim and Raouf on Station IWDM
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Guest: Imam Rashad Abdul Rahmaan with Hakim doing interview
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Global Peeks talks with Abdul Halim Muhammad who currently live & works in the People's Republic of China. For the past 2 1/2 years he has been teaching Business English classes on the university level to Freshman and Sophomore students.
Brother Abdul Halim Muhammad, known to most people as James L. Muhammad, has been a Student follower of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan for 36 years. He has been blessed to serve Black people in America and throughout the world in many different capacities.
From 1991 to 1996 Bro. Halim served as the Assistant Minister to Minister A. Akbar Muhammad, the International Representative of Minister Farrakhan & the Nation of Islam. In that capacity he was involved in the first international convention of the NOI, held in Accra, Ghana in October 1994. Assisting Brother Akbar he was privileged to travel throughout the continent of Africa.
Amongst other duties, Bro. Halim also served as the East Coast Regional Secretary of Muhammad Mosque No.7 under the leadership at that time of Brother Benjamin Chavis.
Living & working in China has given him an opportunity to study the people, its culture, and potential business opportunities.
"Think Globally, Act Locally"—Abdul Halim Muhammad
For Mr. Muhammad’s writings & Blog visit: www.africanroutes.wordpress.com
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Jumah: Imam Nasa Ali Masjid Halim New Medinah, MS is this weeks obligated congregational services of Muslims.
[62:10] O you who believe! when the call is made for Prayer on Friday, hasten to the remembrance of Allah, and leave off all business. That is better for you, if you only knew.
[62:11] And when the Prayer is finished, then disperse in the land and seek of Allah’s grace, and remember Allah much, that you may prosper.
[62:12] But when they see some merchandise or some amusement, they break for it, and leave you standing. Say, ‘That which is with Allah is better than amusement and merchandise, and Allah is the Best Provider.’