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The greetings of PEACE be with you; As-Salaam Alaikum.
Listen to WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Blogtalk radio this Sunday January 11, 2015.
Holy Qur’an 62:10 "And when the Prayer is finished, then may ye disperse through the land, and seek of the Bounty of Allah. and celebrate the Praises of Allah often (and without stint): that ye may prosper.;" (Y. Ali translation).
This is your host Michael Saahir. Join us on WORDS MAKE PEOPLE this Sunday January 11, 2015 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) for a mentally stimulating conversation with Malik Saleem and his team about the exciting TRUE HALAL LAUNDRY DETERGENT that was invented by Muslim-Americans. Chemist who yield from the African American Muslim experience that tranversed the pre-1975 Nation and the leadership of Imam W. Deen Mohammed.
True Laundry Detergent is safe for the environment and is void of any caustic ingredients and animal essences, thus making it a truly safe detergent for all types of machines an fabrics. The fact that it's concentrated allows the consumer to use much less with results in tremendous savings.
Conversations In Care - Book Club
Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal by Scott Benner
I love to read a trait that I got from my mother. She always had a book in her hand. Because of this love of books, each month I will be featuring a book that you can read right along with me and our featured author. Then join us in the conversation about the book the last Wednesday of each month.
To kick off the year we will be reading Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal written by Scott Benner. Scott is a stay-at-home father, a diabetes advocate, and a keen observer of the human condition. He has spent the last twelve years raising his two children at their family home in New Jersey. In this his first book you will find a perfect blend of Scott’s passion for parenting, his knack for positivity in the face of adversity, and his exceptional skill at spinning a yarn.
Scott finds wisdom, love, and a deeper understanding of life by paying close attention to the pauses in between the moments that make up our lives. He enjoys those pauses—and the busy times that intervene—with his wife Kelly, son Cole, and daughter Arden.
Learn more about Scott by visiting his blog: http://www.ardensday.com/
Find his book in the following places:
Barnes & Noble
On this episode of The Glenda Ramos Radio Show, Glenda discusses her favorite and recommended laundry care products.
Do Your Laundry Or You'll Die Alone:Advice Your Mom Would Give You if She Thought You Were Listening is a charming and clever book full of the important advice for young women leaving home.Author Becky Blades covers the things that matter, the things colleges don't teach: how to be kind, happy, and appropriate in public; how to protect oneself from sock monsters, boring conversations, and scary dates; and why you should keep your clothes clean. The Empty Nesters will be speaking with Becky about her just released book. Perfect timing as graduations loom and the nests prepare to empty.
This Saturday (January 24th) we will welcome once again after more than a year, bro. Abdur-Rahim Shaheed, CEO of True Products, which manufactures a highly effective, earth-friendly liquid laundry detergent, appropriately named True.
Thanks to Allah, much has transpired since our first discussion, as True Products has been able to expand to retail outlets across the nation.
We plan to review the historyof True Products and examine their future plans, which includes an opportunity for investors!
Certainly, not to be missed.
We are asking the question,why do people put their business,all over social media. You have a fight with your partner. All over social media. The next day everything is fine.
Tonight on Beaten Path, Jane is exorcising demons.
Maybe there is some things you don't need to know. Like what a great step-grandpa your ex was to whoever. Or why he allowed his second wife to stay home over fifteen years, but asked his first wife to go back to work a week after his daughter died.
Looks like it's dirty laundry night. The past is creeping up, and it's due to the social network. Are people being too friendly? Moreover, are unevolved people in total denial about the true accomplishments of their life? Since when is getting $1 off a Starbucks coffee an accomplishment to update one's Facebook with? Jane is about to share the pain she wants to unleash.
All this plus NPR news, weather.com 3-day forecast, music, and more. We're LIVE tonight!
Our premiere episode will feature Granny's strongly held views on The American Council of Witches 2015 as well as some cawing concerning the advantages of PRE-Internet fandom versus POST-Internet fandom (er, isn't that supposed to be the other way around?), plus a letter from the Mailbag, a science rant on kids eating laundry detergent pods, and a skit from her science fiction comedy album "Welcome to the Departure Lounge" to round off the show. So pull up a twig and a cup of tea, perch in front of the plate of cookies, and help yourself to some piping hot opinions! :)
News reporter, mother of 5, Dolly McCarthy, is just a gal juggling her career, kids and laundry. In her spare time, she produces and hosts The Dolly McCarthy Show. Tune in Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. for the good news of the week, good guests and a good laugh! This week, guest include Kim McIves from the ALS Foundation and Marathon runner Chris Benyo who is running the New Jersey marathon all the while pushing his wife Denise in her wheelchair in the marathon. Together they are raising money and awareness to fight ALS. This heart-warming show is not to be missed!
Join Stephanie as she interviews Trudy on That's Novel. You can find Trudy on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/1AHBSC3
Some info on Trudy:
Trudy Stiles is a New Adult author, mom to two beautiful children, and married to the love of her life. She is the author of the Forever Family series including "Dear Emily" and "Dear Tabitha". There will be many more stories from this series and you never know who may have a standalone or novella written for them. Stay tuned!
Trudy is a music junkie and you'll know that she's writing when you see her plugged into her laptop with her earbuds in. Her playlist is unique and is a must for her writing sprints.
When she's not writing, she's carting her children to their various activities while avoiding any kind of laundry or housework. She also loves to run along the boardwalk of the beautiful New Jersey shore.
She's always been an avid reader and frequently escapes into the fictional worlds of the many characters that she has come to love. Well, now there are some fictional characters in her head dying to get out!
This first story is called "Dear Emily" and was released in December 2013. "Dear Tabitha" will be released in March 2014.