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In today's episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the story of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer. He explains how this story relates to psychology, human interaction and morality. We often are prejudice with each other due to our differences. Sacerdotus explains the psychological reasoning why and why we should avoid this behavior in order to be moral beings who are children of the God who loves everyone.
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Happy holidays, Missians! In this episode, we'll be discussing the most common animal that comes to mind during Christmas time--reindeer!! Break out the eggnog and pull out some Christmas tunes, as we teach you a thing or two about the animals who inspired one of our most beloved holiday cartoon characters. Ho, ho, ho! Be sure to join us Saturday, December 13th at 5pm Central, for this very festive edition of The Missy Show.
"Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer," was written by Barbara Shook Hazen and adapted from the story by Robert L. May. The story is illustrated by Richard Scarry.
Sometimes being different can be a good thing. It is also good to accept others that may be different than yourself. Tune in and find out why being different was good for Christmas.
Fascinating discussion with philosopher, Jungian analyst and author of Following the Reindeer Woman: Path of Peace and Harmony, Linda Schierse Leonard who shares with us the importance of the Reindeer Woman archetype. Dr. Leonard takes us on her journeys to Siberia, Lapland and Alaska where reindeer and caribou are messengers between heaven and earth, bridges between spirit and nature. We'll draw on myths, dreams and stories exploring the reindeer's power, resilience , beauty and vulnerability and chat about its importance today. Linda believes understanding the Reindeer Woman archetype reveals an exciting new way to understand the feminine instinctual and spiritual energies that affect us in our search for peace, wholeness, creativity and healing.
*Sung to the tune of Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer*
You know Baptists and Methodists, Pentecoastal and Lutherans,
you know Presbyterians and Apostolics and Calvinists and Arminians,
But do you recall the most correct denomination of all?
This episode of the Parker J Cole Show is all about finding out where the denominations stemmed from with our returning biblical scholar Martin Murphy. Is one denomination better than the other? Does it matter? What unites the Christian church?
We'll be discussing this and more plus taking your questions and comments. Call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in!
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On Friday, March 13th Lead Woods will be in the studio to discuss her upcoming release, Ramona the Reindeer.
This is Ms. Woods third book. She is also the author of the Children's books, All God’s Children and Herbie and the Gang Go Green are currently available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites.
Phone lines will be open, so call in with your questions and comments.
With the Passover celebration of God protecting his chosen people. At the same time when the son of God begins to suffer for our sins. We are reminded that we wll pass this way on the journey to heaven. Like Christ, we too suffer, die and hopefully rise to Paradise to live forever with the ones we love.
We have a friend born of the same faith who forgets the hard work and love by nuns. She blames them for the Spanish Inquisition and the Borgias. The selling of indulgences. All the gold in Spanish cathedrals. She forgets those Cathedrals were built by poor hands who love Christ one brick at a time. That is our religion Christ and the people who love him as he loves us. I do not worship a rabbit, a painted egg or a red nosed reindeer. I worship the creator of the universe so vast that we don't know if it ever ends. However I did ask my wife about our friend who is down on our church. Should we break the news that there is no Santa Claus? Celebrate the Resuurection as if it is yours.Happy Pesach, Happy Resurrection.
Something about an immortal red old fatman and his flying reindeer has the BarnCat intrigued.
Our Special Guest: Elmo Shropshire — a.k.a DR. ELMO — is best-known for his recording of “Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer,” the Christmas classic which has sold more than 11 million copies since it was first broadcast by a San Francisco radio station in 1979. Now, in December of 2012 “Grandma” is once again #1 on Billboard’s Chart.
Consistently the most requested holiday song of the past three decades, “Grandma” has secured its place in American pop culture and made Dr. Elmo the king of comedy carols.
To learn more about Dr. Elmo here is a link to his website. Thank you for listening!!
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Author and Professional Mentor, Ken Rabow is our guest on today's show.
One of Rabow's clients, an aspiring author, shared his sentiments about the famous Christmas story, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and said he wanted to write about it.
Rabow was impressed. After sharing the young man's draft article with his wife, Rabow took it to the Huffington Post, where he is a reglar contributor.
The article, entitled What Message Is Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Sending Our Kids, explores the young man's perspective.
From the article: When my mom and me first watched Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer, we had a very different view of it than most people. As being one of the people on the autistic spectrum, some things that others find enjoyable I see in a very negative way. However, certain things that are perceived unpleasant to some, are the very same things that I see the beauty and genius of.
Is the young man sayng he dislikes Rudolph? What part of the story is problematic? Should everyone rethink this favorite Christmas tale? After today's show you won't see Rudolp's story the same way.
Click here to read the famous song lyrics.
Read more: Ken Rabow on the Huffington Post.
This week we are offering a holiday triple feature of entertainment for the entire family:
Frosty The Snowman
(“that old discarded magic hat” the kids found, that brought Frosty to life belonged to an evil magician who now wants his hat back, and who will do anything to get it! Starring Jimmy Durante)
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
(A timeless story that all kids can relate to.) What kid hasn’t at one time or another shared Rudolph’s feelings of being the odd one in the room.
A Christmas Story
(Ralphie, a young boy growing up in the '40's, dreams of owning that one special present that he must have or surely will explode, a “Red Rider BB gun.”) What kid young or old can’t relate to the feelings of wanting something so badly you can’t think of anything else?
You were so obvious while you thought you were being so cleverly subtle as you manipulated and maneuvered
every conversation or situation around as an opportunity to let everyone know what you wanted Santa to bring. This film is sure to bring back a lot of fond memories.
We do offer the following notice: We are presenting these films as education, entertainment, and as a nostalgic somewhat historical tribute to the fond memories of our childhood days of innocence and faith in miracles.
Plan to join us and as is our policy, we won’t be selling popcorn at the door you need to bring your own! LOL
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