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There are about 7 billion people living on Planet Earth and there are a large number of them living in great need for food, shelter, clothing, safety and affordable work. Those of us living in Western Civilization are blessed with those things. Yet there are those living in the shadows of our communities without adequate food, shelter or clothing. How do we help them when we're barely able to get by every month?
In this Episode of Enrichment Radio I will discuss how we can help the needy in our midst and the state of mind we can be in to do something meaningful for other human beings.
The luxury of eye sight is something we all take for granted for the most part. For those who are not able to see well, or at all, life can be challenging in more ways than just the inability to see. For a child, learning everything one must just to get to adulthood is difficult enough, couple that with vision impairment and the journey is made so much more difficult. Loss of confidence, unacceptance from peers, bullying - so much comes into play. There is however, a wonderful tool to help those with sight, understand better, what those without sight endure on a daily basis and although the book we will be discussing is written for children, I believe, I See The World is a book for everyone who is able to see perfectly, teaching us how others see differently. A glimpse into the world of a child's own visual limitations or those of others, buildilng confidence and acceptance, fostering sensitivity to disabilities. It is also an anti-bullying and teachig tolerance tool. My guest is Jean Barlow, the author of I See The World. When I discovered this book it really resonated because we here at Energy Awareness Radio believe that raising consciousness is paramount in making this world a more peacable place for all and I believe as adults we need to bring that awareness to children. So, anything that will stop the bullying, foster compassion and empathy, is worht discussing and this book certainly fulfills all the criteria.
The old world was undone by substantive moral disingenuousness. The people of the old world sold themselves into dark sexual perversity. They stepped out beyond the sexual addiction myth, and gained carnal knowledge of a forbidded nature. They were subsequently washed away due to their extremely polluted nature. Their catastrophic fate became an enduring motif of what happens to those who shun the divine will, and follow lust patterns that can never be satiated.
Host Rod Colon and Producer Wanda Sharif-Rodriguez cpature moments from 100 shows of Own Your Career. Call-in and share the moments that made a difference in managing your career as a business. We love to hear from you as we celebrate our 100th Show.
This week's show will be educational, informative and enlightening. Above all, it will be inspirational!
Of-course, we will have our normal Ridiculous News Segment and our brand new Jobs that will 'Change your WORLD' Segment... We will list the hot jobs that few know about in communities across the nation...
Also, on our Books and Music that 'Change the WORLD' Segment, we are interviewing Author of the Loves Me Not Series, Song Writer, Speaker and Entrepreneur Kenny L. Mitchell about his new play.
Then, it's our Topic of the Week...
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Victoria is area head for broadcasting and film at Western Kentucky University and an assistant professor. She is co-author of the book Oil and Water: Media Lessons from Hurricane Katrina and the Deepwater Horizon Disaster that came out last year and has an additional book coming next year: “Indian Country: Telling a Story in a Digital Age. She is editor for the National Media Diversity Forum in American Studies.
Victoria is an award-winning journalist who worked in television news for more than thirteen years. She was a client strategist for two of the top television consultation firms for over six years; here she developed coverage and strategy plans for over 100 stations in the United States as well as networks in England, Ireland, France, Greece, Italy and Spain. While working in research and consultation, she also conducted research for the Pentagon, Department of Defense, Air Force and Army.
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