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We often hear of the high achievement in science and technology by people living in what used to be considered "Third World" countries and wonder what happened? How have Asians outstripped Americans in so many areas of progress? It starts with the children. What are other countries doing that America is not? The American experience is unique in many ways; a country rising out of rebellion against tyranny, yet built on an international slave business that has global repercussions to this day. While America is not officially at war as are some war torn countries abroad its culture of violence and illicit sex promoted on the television and all forms of media has robbed the nation's children of their innocence. American children, particularly those in urban communities, suffer from some of the same post traumatic stress disorders as those children who are living in countries in the middle east, where violence and being violated is a daily fact of life. So what is it llike to be in a society where the citizens don't carry guns, the children don't dop out of school, and the citizens focus on education and development and preparation for world trade? Today's guest is Ms. Zakiyya Latif, a teacher in south Korea as part of the government's English Program In Korea, (EPIK), and she'll share her observations about the differences in culture, behavior, and expectations for success and perhaps what Americans can learn about creating excellence by first creating peace.
Our bodies are a temple where our souls reside. Keeping our bodies healthy helps our spirits, but keeping a healthy soul is essencial to a healthy life. Negativity attracts negativity, while a possitive attitude will definetely help you lead a better, happier life. On this show we will talk about getting rid of all the physical and meltal trash we tend to accumulate. We will also share a couple of easy, healthy recipes to help keep our body healthy so it is a worthy vessel to our soul. Get ready to call with your questions, comments, and suggestions.
Welcome to Healthy Living Now!!! In today's episode, we will be discussing living a heart healthy lifestyle. February is Heart Health Month, and we all need some refresher pointers on creating a heart healthy environment. So, pull up a chair and get ready to listen to a few quick and easy tidbits to help you stay on course for Healthy Living Now!!!
Raising healthy children can be confusing for today's busy parents, expecially with so much misinformation coming from so many different sources.
Sarah Pope, The Healthy Home Economist shares her expertis in children's nutrition that is specifically designed to raise healthy children with no learning disabilities, allergies or other issues that are so prevalent in our young ones today.
Tune in to hear everything from pre-conception diets, vaccines, school lunches to dental visits, and more. And there will be an open Q&A section to have all your questions answered!
eFitFamily with Laura London welcomes Debbie Blacher, founder and CEO of Wholesome Tummies, to talk about how to prepare healthy foods in creative ways so that our children will discover the joys of fresh, natural foods and choose them consistently over less-healthy alternatives. Learn more about Wholesome Tummies as Debbie shares how they make nutritious meals available to all children in the places they live and learn, and making these meals fun, kid-centric and appealing.
Debbie Blacher is a former HR executive who worked in leadership development before leaving to found her own company, founded Wholesome Tummies because of her dedication to her own children. She developed the concept in 2007 while pregnant with her third son. A busy mom, she wanted to teach her kids the importance of eating well, but struggled to find the time to prepare three balanced meals each day. She knew she couldn’t possibly be the only mom facing that challenge, and with childhood obesity rates skyrocketing, she knew a solution had to be found.
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I decided to record this podcast to share what HealthyWildAndFree.com is, and who I am, why I created it and what my vision and mission for it is. I want to be transparent and vulnerable to share with you how and why I believe this community can improve your health and life in so many ways. The purpose of Healthy Wild And Free is to reach people with the message of self-care, self-love, health and wellness, personal responsibility along with personal and spiritual growth. That's what i'm about, and hope that you are too! If so, join the tribe!
- David Benjamin
in The Bible
" WHOSOEVER SHALL RECEIVE ONE SUCH LITTLE CHILD IN MY NAME RECEIVETH ME."
"FATHER YOU MADE US ALL IN YOUR IMAGE, FOR WE WERE ONCE CHILDREN ALSO. HELP US TO CONVEY YOUR LOVE AND WISDOM TO THEM, WITH OUR HANDS, OUR HELP, AND OUR HEARTS. IN JESUS NAME AMEN.
This is a very serious issue, and we want to put this out there once again for those of you that may have missed it the first time. Join Random this as we take on the issue of "Children of War" . Doing the research for this show has been emotional. Children are forced to be soldiers and often have been forced to kill their own families. There are 50 nations that support child soldiers!! There are over 200,000 child soldiers existing in Africa today. Bring your poetry, your comments and thoughts and join us.
special interview with Lester & Erika Parris. Talking about nutrition and healthy lifestyles. Eat to Live Not Live to eat
Includes a variety of foods from the major food groups: fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and lean protein including beans and other legumes, nuts and seeds, and healthy fats
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"Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust." "From God We Come, To God We Return." There are a number of religious sayings that remind us of the temporary nature of physical life. But when a family member passes away, how do we express this to a small child? Some parents may say the deceased is "asleep." But seeing a loved one in a closed casket, a child will feel frightened at the thought of the person locked inside a box, not able to breath. Some people believe it is better not to take children to funerals. How do you explain death to a four year old? Do you not talk about it? How do you help a child grieve over the loss of a parent or sibling if you don't let the child attend a funeral? How do you prepare a child for the death of a terminally ill family member? Where do we say a parent or sibling who has died is gone? What does the "Heaven and Hell" concept create in the mind of a child? Are we really helping our children get in touch with their spirituality by instilling fear of eternal punishment? Are we teaching them moral and ethical values? Or are we blocking their spiritual growth? Do some of the "New Age" philosophies about life and spirituality contradict long time religious doctrines? How do you answer a child's question about why someone died? Based on some religious teachings, will death be seen by the child as "punishment" for being "bad"? How do we prepare children for the inevitability of the end of this life in a manner that they can comprehend? How old is old enough to discuss death with a child - three? four? five? How were YOU taught about death? At what age were you taught? How did it affect your life? What is the emotionally healthy way to teach a child about death?
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