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"Hillary, show me the money!" Where is all of the missing State Department money? Wasn't it $6 billion? And what about that $1.7 billion you've raised for charity? You know, the one where you give away about 6% and keep the rest, because you and Bill are so broke.
Let's talk about how to deal with those who will try to keep us from asking legitimate questions.
One of the challenges for all of us on the spiritual path is staying connected to our true identity as spiritual beings on an adventure in the physical world. We came here with that understanding, but remembering it and actually living life from that perspective isn’t always easy. Sometimes we need a reminder. Reminding us of that reality has been one of the consistent themes of the spiritual wisdom Jack Armstrong has received over the years.
In addition to the teachings about life and spirituality in his books, Jack now has begun sharing powerful affirmations that he has been transcribing as part of his writings since the beginning. An affirmation is included in each of his Monday morning The Truth of You e-mails, and he is about to publish Volume One of what will be a series of small books called Affirmations of the Soul.
For more than 36 years, Jack Armstrong has been a conduit for receiving and transcribing remarkable spiritual wisdom through a form of channeling known as Inner Dictation – the same phenomenon through which A Course in Miracles was received, and he has dedicated his life to sharing this material with others.
In 2008 he published his first book, Lessons from the Source: A Spiritual Guidebook for Navigating Life’s Journey, and last year he published two more – From the Source: An Introduction to Channeling, and You Don’t Need to Conduct the Orchestra; Lessons on Letting Go, Trusting and Allowing. His newest book, Volume One of a series of small books called Affirmations of the Soul, will soon be available.
Jack lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington, and strives to practice the lessons he has received.
We will be discussing the challenge of remembering who we really are and the many ways it can appear in our lives, and Jack will share excerpts from his books and from other unpublished lessons and affirmations from Source that offer a helpful perspective on it.
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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM records
Johnnie & Jack & Hank
Johnnie and Jack – A: Just For Tonight B: Hank Williams Will Live Forever
Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys, Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Livin'
May You Never Be Alone
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Johnnie and Jack A: Just for Tonight B: Hank Williams will Live Forever
Label: RCA Victor 20-5164
Just For Tonight
Written by Johnnie Wright & Jim / Jack Anglin
Hank Williams will Live Forever
Written by Johnnie Wright & Jack Anglin
Hank Williams will Live Forever
The RCA Victor label was introduced in the 1946 as, at that time, a replacement for the Victor and Bluebird brands. Until then, the Recording Corporation of America had used the Victor brand it acquired through the Victor Talking Machine Co. takeover in 1929.
Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys – Jambalaya (On the Bayou) / Window
MGM Records 1952
A: Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
Written by Hank Williams
B: Window Shopping
Written by Joseph
Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys – I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Livin' / May You Never Be Alone
MGM records 1949
A: I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Livin'
Both Written by Hank Williams
B: May You Never Be Alone
Progressives want you to believe corruption is normal—Chicago style politics is the new way of life in America. Maybe Hillary shouldn't have erased those emails or taken money from foreign countries, but it's "no big deal."
Well, to millions of Americans it is a big deal. We want to put a stop to all of the corruption.
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