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Angels in consideration of what has occurred in the World over the last week BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO has changed its Script.
We are dedicating the next 20 min. to focusing on positive, loving, kind, uplifting, energy and placing that into th World. Everyone's participation is important because we ALL make up the whole!
Join us for a positive 30 minutes of peace and a wonderful Guided Meditation by Dr. Kristin Neff of Self Compassion .org
Tuesday Nov. 17th 3:30pmPAC/6:30pmEST right here at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/buzzardskorner-of-love
BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO
bringing people back to themselves
Have you ever thought about what it means to be a kind person? According to a google web search, the definition of ‘kindness’ is: ‘the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate’. How often do you think about kindness in your everyday life? Once a day, twice a day, monthly, once a year when Christmas and the holidays roll around? The reason today’s show is all about kindness is because I noticed an unsettling trend of selfishness on the rise as well as threats to America, what with the ISIS threat to bomb the people of NYC Times Square just yesterday. This brings this topic to the forefront of today’s society, because if we are unwilling to be kind to one another now, what will we do when a terrorist threat becomes all too real? We don’t want mass panic in the streets or the rise of the rich over the poor, we want equality among all men and kindness truly is a virtue in this case. When you act with kindness towards your fellow men, you create a community of mutual benefactors since it takes all kinds of people working together to get things done. The example or metaphor I use to give myself love in order to give love to another is the 'desert island' example: Imagine if you were a nurse on a desert island and everyone was dying of thirst, including yourself. To whom would you give the water to and why? This is what we will be discussing on today's show so I hope you tune in!
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PAWSitive Radio...your leading source for all things leadership, success and resilience...in the corporate and family world. Your go to show for living a well life at work and at home! Join Host Charmaine Hammond, business and leadership expert, professional speaker, bestselling author and Toby the dog's pet parent.
Imagine one of your co-workers or family members has just received some bad news, or is experiencing a significant loss in their life... do you know how to best support them? Is it tough to sometimes know the right thing to say or do? Today's guest Linda Sovdi joins us to talk about the role of kindness in helping others through loss.
We just returned from our Million Acts of Kindness Tour. WOW! What a great experience. Tune into the shows to hear about the amazing acts of kindness we saw and experieced. To order a copy of Toby’s books check out our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TheOriginalTeamToby
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Guest: Brenda Knight
Featured Book: Be a Good in the World: 365 Days of Good Deeds, Inspired Ideas and Acts of Kindness
Monique speaks with writer, publisher and eco-activist Brenda Knight about the power of “doing good in the world”. When was the last time you were caught being good in the world? Brenda Knight from ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ fame says ‘At the end of life, I feel sure having lots of money, fancy cars and real-estate is not nearly as important as how much love you gave the world.”
Call us! We will take your psychic questions and talk about how you can improve your life through shifting your energy and paying attention to your own soft-spoken intuition. We would also love to hear how you spread love as you share your good deeds inspired ideas or random acts of kindness
Join us as we outline how to easily implement self-improvement, healing and love into your life.
Bio: Brenda Knight grew up in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, and learned how to appreciate life from her mother, Helen. Brenda is a classic example of tapping into your true self to create the life you want to live. Brenda has been in the publishing industry for over 20 years. She is the founding editor of Viva Editions, a division of Cleis Press.
Terese Rolke knows a thing or two about kindness. In fact she’s a Group Leader and Kindness Ambassador for Life Vest Inside, which is an organization devoted to promoting worldwide kindness. The mission of Life Vest Inside is: To EMPOWER and UNITE the world with KINDNESS. Life Vest Inside equips people worldwide with the necessary tools to recognize their own potential to become a catalyst for positive change in the world. We transform inspiration into action through inspirational media, technology, education, and on-the-ground social engagement. I had the honor of interviewing Orly Wahba, the Founder and CEO and you can listen to that here. World Kindness Day is Nov 13, and to kick it off Life Vest Inside features their Worldwide Dance for Kindness. Locally, this occurred Nov 8 on Broad Street in the heart of downtown Red Bank with approximately 150 people who participated in this choreographed dance which included an original song written especially for the event. Terese’s group was one of 100 locations spanning 50 countries, dancing the same dance to the same song on the same day. Cool, right? Why care about kindness? Treating people with kindness is the right thing to do. Besides that, there’s science behind acts of kindness. Like most medical antidepressants, kindness stimulates the production of serotonin which heals your wounds, calms you down, and makes you happy! After the interview, check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.