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How does a proud Veteran become a peace activist, study and promote peaceful conflict resolution and become an acitivist to assist other Veterans in getting the help they need? http://www.ivaw.org/operation-recovery http://www.ivaw.org/blog/right-heal-tour-2012-fighting-service-members-and-veterans-right-heal http://www.underthehoodcafe repeat.
CRISELL METHOD...WORLD PEACE....IT IS TIME.....
The immaturity of world leaders can no longer be allowed by the people of planet earth....it is time for a change, starting with ourselves.
Can we be people of peace when so many of our movies and sports are violent and we think we need to carry our own personal weapon in our car?
It is time we all grow up, grow smarter and wiser and yes, I will dare to say the word, enlightened.
Tune in to hear more about the PEACE PILGRIM and the solution offered to us by one very important woman, a woman who dared to make a personal stand for peace........a stand we can all join now.
TODAY IS THE DAY..........MAKE FOR YOURSELF A DAY OF PEACE.
TUNE IN AND TURN ON....TELL YOUR FRIENDS.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE CONVERSATION THAT WILL CHANGE THE WORLD......STARTING WITH YOUR WORLD.
PEACE AND BLESSINGS TO YOU FROM THEO.....
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Mark retired from Navy with nearly 25 years of service in special operations and military medicine. During that time he served as Reconnaissance Marine, a Hospital Corpsman, a Navy SEAL and a Physician Assistant. Following retirement Mark has focused his efforts on issues supporting America's veterans and their families while he completed his memoir, Battle Ready, Memoir of a SEAL Warrior Medic, in which he openly discusses his personal battles with the lingering effects of combat.
Mark departed the service on 1 January 2010 as one of the highest decorated Afghanistan and Iraqi war veterans and the most decorated Medical Service Corps officer in the history of the United States Navy. His personal awards include the Navy Cross, the highest medal that can be awarded by the Department of the Navy and the nations second highest award for valor, second only to the Medal of Honor. He is also a recipient of the Silver Star, the Bronze Star for Valor, the Purple Heart, the Honduran Medal of Merit and various other personal decorations and campaign medals. Currently Mark serves as the Executive Director for NSWKIDS a non-profit supporting the children of the special operations community and volunteers Director of the Member Life Assistance Program for the UDT-SEAL Association.
Jaime Poland is a 12 year veteran high school English teacher with a Master’s Degree of Arts in English and Education. She is known for her innovative teaching strategies that connect the content of lessons to lifelong learning skills for better individuals in a better society. She has conducted writing workshops for her school and has earned multiple awards for the integration of technology in her classroom. She was most recently named teacher of the month in her school district for her use of social media while teaching Powerful Peace. Her first article about education will be published in the debut edition of De Oppresso Liber, a private military industry magazine.
More info on Jaimee's use of Powerful Peace in her classroom can be found
Today's guest, Jane V. Tichenor, a former elementary school teacher and college English professor, describes love both during and following the Vietnam War. Tichenor's book. "Misunderstood Devotion” is the story of Pam, a country girl with dreams of a simple life, who wants what all the girls in her small town want; a devoted husband; two adorable kids, a boy and a girl; a playful dog; and a nice house with a big back yard. Jeff is an Army "brat" with
Still in Saigon", is a song written by Dan Daley and performed by the Charlie Daniels Band and released on their 1982 album Windows. It was written by Daley in May 1981. The song is an effective portrayal of the plight of the American Vietnam veteran ten years after the war; it was part of an early 1980s wave of attention to the subject, presaging treatments such as Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A." The story is told ten years after Daniels, as the protagonist, faced being drafted into the Vietnam War. Though he could have escaped to Canada as a war protester, or chosen to stay in school under a student deferment (either way avoiding being sent), believing he was "brought up differently/I couldn't break the rules" elected to go ahead and serve. He remained in the military for "thirteen months and fifteen days", with the latter portion taking an emotional toll on Daniels ("one minute I'd kneel down and pray/The next I'd stand and curse"). The emotional problems only worsened upon his return, as he came home to a bitterly divided family – his war-protesting younger brother labels him a "killer" while his father calls him a "vet". Moreover, he began to exhibit signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) resulting from his service (constantly looking behind doors for the enemy, and exhibiting flashbacks during the rainy summer season); symptoms which ten years later continue to plague him. More: http://aquarianradio.com/2013/03/still-in-saigon-war-no-more/
Hold on to Peace. No matter where, no matter what, hold on to Peace. Hold on to Peace by making certain your conversations and behaviors are in order with Peace. Do this, both, in public and in private. Both, professionally and personally. It begins by being mindful of the things you say and how you say them; of the things you do and how you do them. Life is not perfect. Life can come with ups and downs, heartaches and happiness. Through it all, hold on to Peace. No matter where, no matter wha
SHALOM TO ALL,
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