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“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade,” is an old phrase with lasting meaning to encourage people to make the best out of any situation in which they may find themselves. Many may feel that because of what they have been through the above phrase is impossible. In actuality, it is not so much what happens to us that brings sadness, disappointment or despair it is how we interpret what life throws at us. In the face of adversity, do not let misery find a home! When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Listen to this episode to learn how!
Book reference: Learning to tell myself the truth by Dr. William Backus
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Michael Warr & Mark Sabb speak about Black + Brown Lives Matter at the Red Poppy Art House Collective, 2698 Folsom @ 23rd Street, in San Francisco, a yearlong project which continues Thursday, April 30, 7 p.m. Can Art Save a Community? We also speak about another project, Tracing Poetic Memory.
2. Rob Melrose (director, co-founder, Cuttingball), Giovanni Adams (Frederick Douglass) and Andrew Saito (playwright) join us to talk about Cuttingball Theatre Resident playwright, Mr. Saito's work, Mount Misery opening May 8 through June 21 (extended!) in San Francisco. Frederick Douglass meets Donald Rumsfeld in this provocative ghost story set in contemporary America at the plantation where Douglass lived as a 16 year old youth, recently purchased by Rumsfeld.
Happy Mild Wednesday to you! The Erica Q. Cooper Talk Show's topic is Misery Loves Company. This show will discuss how so many people are miserable with their life, and they keep up so much conflict to keep the show off of them. Hopefully, this show will allow people to understand how to deal with miserable people on a day to day basis. Listeners will be able to chat and call in about their experiences with miserable people and how they handled a situation, or how they will handle situations differently in the future. Listeners can call in at 1-323-870-4011 and listen in by phone, if they do not have access to listen via blog talk radio online.
Greetings SRC from Sonovia, Jennifer and yours truly Kellz ;) , We will be having a blog talk radio book discussion on the Best selling book *Pink's Misery* written by National Best Selling Author ~Sonovia Alexander~. The discussion will begin 4/19/2015 Sunday Night(TONIGHT) AT 8PM (chicago time) so PLEASE check your time zone for correct time in your area. We will get to talk to Sno and all the wonderful callers about Pink's Misery, what she's been up to, new releases, family, her Publishing Company Snow Publishing and SO MUCH MORE. There will also be 1st and 2nd place prizes for the caller(s) who gets the most answers correct, not half way right, not part of the correct answers but ALL answers correct. 1st place is a $2.99 book of your choice and 2nd place is a $0.99 book of your choice. It's going to definetly different from the book discussions your use to and since your truly Kelly Bee is hosting it....YOU ALREADY KNOW IT'S GOING TO BE A WHOLE LOT OF FUN,lol. Looking forward to hearing from you all later. Call-in number:(516) 453-9099, And as always your purchase, support and reviews are greatly appreciated....Thank You ...Kellz
Cori Brackett loves life and celebrates every moment. She understands the expansive power of love and is devoted to helping individuals free themselves through knowledge, wisdom and personal choice. Discovering the ability to listen to one’s own body as well as gaining access to individual intuition, is what she believes, ultimately, can create amazing healing effects within the body and the spirit.
After having been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2002, Cori Brackett found herself falling into a deep pit of doctor’s appointments and medications, while continuing to get worse. Eventually, she found herself in a wheelchair with double vision and slurred speech. Slowly, she learned to maintain the balancing act between pushing herself to get better and having the patience to accept her then-current limitations. Hungry for knowledge and a clue to her symptoms, she stumbled upon some information linking aspartame to ms-like symptoms.
As she had been a fairly heavy consumer of aspartame and aspartame-containing products (an average of a six-pack/day of diet soda for twenty years) she thought there might be something to this and proceeded to investigate. What resulted from her investigation was the highly informative and explosive documentary, Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World, its sequel, Sweet Remedy: The World Reacts and her multi-media memoir, Through the Shadows. Today, she lives a happy, healthy, authentic life and enjoys speaking to groups around the country and sharing guests with you who can help you envision a better world as well as providing the tools you need to discover that better life.
Horror Host Miss Misery is back for another blood chilling episode of The Phantom Zone! This time she's got her director's hat on! She's gonna bring us up to speed on her upcoming films, No Service and Forgotten Tales, as well as her weekly T.V. show, Movie Massacre, her comic book series, and so much more! This twisted sister has it all going on! How does she do it and still manage to stay insane? We're about to find out! Featuring killer headbanging music and comedy that'll keep you in stitches, it's gonna be a riot with us as we skip through the graveyard with Miss Misery on The Phantom Zone Radio Show! Meow!! ;)
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.
Hosts Jason Lofton and Steve Kucharski discuss the most recent GOP Presidential debate on this episode of the QTI Power Hour.
In the second half of the show, meet Kyle Johnson, Vice President of Kingston Printing and Graphics. Jason and Kyle discuss over-regulation of small business and the difficulty in finding and keeping qualified employees.
Jason Lofton is President and CEO of QTI, a diversified player in all aspects of construction throughout the Midwest
To learn more about the hosts, visit them online at: http://www.qti5.com
Each of us as individuals and as groups may decide that it is too painful or dangerous to share important parts of our story. What is unspoken cannot be examined for facts that are incorrect or assumptions that that are faulty. Serious life problems may go unsolved preventing both individuals and groups from transforming lives for the better, allowing self-destructive behaviors to continue and preventing more creative living to emerge. Individuals, families and even whole societies my feel stuck in modes of life that are unproductive, unhappy, and missing opportunities to experience joy instead of misery. Tonight's episode will explore aspects of saying the unsayable.