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Kareem was born in the projects of Trenton, New Jersey, raised by his mother in a single family home. Although his mother had seven children total, Kareem grew up with two brothers. “It was pretty rough growing up in the projects of New Jersey”, Kareem stated. Continuing “…drugs was a major problem.” He dropped out of high school in eleventh grade because he felt like he was too advanced for the contemporary school system. Later, he went back to acquire his GED and scored the highest in three categories, in the one percentile! He proceeded to attend college and formerly dropped out after one semester. Kareem currently resides in Winston Salem, North Carolina. “I live in a very sacred place. One of the most sacred places on Earth” he mentioned.
Kareem is a world guide and healer. He refers to himself as a child of God. His work consists of channeling his higher self and other higher beings for guidance and healing, and that requires meditation. He heals people with this energy channeled down through words, touch, presence and any form of expression. The cause behind his work is that he had a super natural experience, where he was contacted by Maitreya, to speak the word of God. “I was asked if I wanted to help anchor the kingdom of heaven on Earth, and I said “yes” he said.
Kareem’s goal is to travel the world and heal and guide as many people as he can. He aspires to create communities of light and to end poverty. Kareem spreads the word of God to reshape the world where there is suffering and to create a union. “Most of all” Kareem addressed “I want to raise our consciousness and awareness wherever I go.”
Why is dating so difficult especially after 50?
Is Online Dating the only way to find a guy?
How to identify Scammers online and how prevalent are they?
Where to find men to date in the real world?
Will someone want me at my age?
These and more will be answered when you join me and Lisa Copeland, the dating coach on Oct 1, at 3 pm!
Back by Popular Demand .... You asked for him.... We caught up with him... He's Here!
RIVERS IN A DESERT is excited to announce another rare visit from our good friend TONY "GUITAR" COPELAND!!
Tony "Guitar" Copeland is a self-taught musician from a musical family. By age 5 Tony "Guitar" had settled in his mind to becoming a professional musician. He taught himself to play lead and bass guitars, drums, french horn and later piano. Tony is also an accomplished vocalist whose style is similar to Frankie Beverly of the R&B group "Maze featuring Frankie Beverly". His jazz-style is a cross between gospel, reggae, rhythm and blues, fusion and funk, which appeals to young as well as mature audiences worldwide. It's been stated that he sounds like "George Benson", "Norman Brown" and "Earl Kluh" etc.
Tony Guitar Copeland recently journeyed to the east coast, where he produced featured vocalist, Reginald and Reginald Halsey Jr., who teamed up and did a wonderful job on "Just My Imagination" for his upcoming "Waterfalls" CD release, produced by Grammy award winning, Felton Pilate Co-founder and current member of famous R&B group ConFunkshun.
Copeland is not new to the music industry however; he released the "Panoramic View" jazz project which he wrote and produced on his Indie label "Danay Records" in 2010. You will find it at www.cdbaby.com/cd/tonycopeland.
2 Corinthians 5:14 For the love of Christ constraineth us; because we thus judge, that if one died for all, then were all dead:
15 And that he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again.
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Tonight we look ahead to Resurrection Fighting Alliance's next event that takes place on July 25th. To kick things off we welcome in Marion Reneau. She welcomes Maureen Riordon to the professional ranks live on AXS TV.
Sid Bice will take on Eric Shelton to kick off the main card and tonight he will stop by to talk about his fight and his undefeated record.Speaking of undefeated, heavyweight headliner Josh Copeland will talk about his main event fight against Jan Jorgensen.
UFC Fight Night Dublin goes down Saturday. Will the hype of Connor McGregor go down in flames in his home country? We will talk about that and the Fight Night 45 results.
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Our Kitchen Cabinet Financial Expert Lurie Davis is back to discuss three important ways that you can finance your child’s college education in a painless methodical way. He’ll walk us through the various programs that you can consider regardless of the age of your child.
And for our listeners who have mounting student debt, Lurie will walk you though a reasonable and painless way to manage your student debt while building your career at the same time.
With costs rising now more than ever every family (even grandparents like me) need to listen to this show and share it with others as you plan the educational pathway for your youngsters.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and we will recognize it today with Dr. William Copeland, Associate Professor at Duke University Medical Center.
Dr. Copeland recently wrote an article (published online 2/20, 2013 In JAMA Psychiatry) on the long-term effects of bullying behavior. The findings as to what extent bullying can affect a person’s adult functioning are alarming and should be a “call to arms,” to create effective bullying prevention programs in all schools and communities.
Dr. William Copeland is a clinical psychologist and epidemiologist, who trained at the University of Vermont and completed his clinical internship at Duke University Medical Center. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Center for Developmental Epidemiology in the department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center.
Dr. Copeland’s research program is supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the National Alliance for Research in Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD).
Sweety G- He called me that because I called myself Sweety G, because I was like you know, singing to the girls. The chicks were always saying stuff like “Oh he’s so sweet” because I would talk to them nicely. Instead of being aggressive like when I was battling. I would be on the Romeo tip. In high school, I would sing over oldschool jams and the ladies would say “Oh, he’s so sweet” and that’s why they would call me Sweety G. Like sweet, you know, romantic. I would try to appeal to the women, but at the same time I would come around the other side and its battle time. I’m tearing up anything that is not tied down, anybody that doesn’t surrender I’m on you like Mike Tyson
I would say Sweet G was an adult contemporary M.C.. Smooth, always mature, intelligent and he heard of my name. We bumped into each other and you could tell he was the bigger brother, the older brother, more seasoned, mature man. No comment, nothing negative against me, no competition, and I never said anything against him because I knew he was an older brother. We were in totally different lanes. This man had major worldwide hits. He didn’t try to snuff me out, nothing disrespectful so I stayed graceful and I’m proud that there’s a Sweet G, and I’m proud to be a Sweety G. There’s just two different rivers going in a different path, it’s all love
The Peace be upon you all!
TRUE HUMAN RADIO! sponsored by New Day 4 al Islam Community Radio
Sunday, October 19th, 2014 on TRUE HUMAN RADIO!
Tonight's highly anticipated LIVE program features three segments:
1) "Do For Self: Credit Repair Means Giving ALLAH All the Credit! Pt. 2" with Instructor Douglas Abbas Kelly (Islamonomics)
2) "Calming the Hysteria: EBOLA In Perspective" with Instructress Kareema Medina Bilal (Health & Relationships)
3) "In the Beginning Was the WORD: Understanding the Language of Human Nature" with Instructor Benjamin Bilal (The Sacred & Secret Language Of Religion and Culture)
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm (EST)
Call in at: 213-816-0356
Announcer - Karriem Abdul Akbar
Producer - William Kareem
Join us at TRUE HUMAN RADIO! in helping to put the "neighbor" back in the "hood"....
From a simple calendar to cookbooks to more complex collaborations, there are countless ways for YOU to implement diversity both on and off your job. We’ll highlight SEVEN Ways to demonstrate your diversity dynamics on your job, in your home or in your community.
October is Global Diversity Awareness Month, a celebratory time period I created more than 15 years ago to highlight the importance of expanding your reach beyond your own race, culture or ethnicity. We’ll share SEVEN of the more than 25 ways to promote global diversity and tell you why the month is so important to us all.
And we’ll talk about the upcoming Multicultural Conference set to launch on Thursday November 6th and how you can participate in this power packed ever engaging event.
Click Here To Download The FREE Global Diversity Awareness Month Guidebook.
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