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What is the definition of love? Love is composed of genuine emotions, compassion, loyalty, trust and happiness. Yet in Rebecca Sloan's relationship, love is just another four-letter word in the dictionary. Rebecca is a hardworking mother from Atlanta who provides for her son, while Derek, her worthless man does nothing other than use and abuses her daily. Reluctantly, she accepts whatever he dishes out because she’s afraid of raising her son alone.
Her best friend Slinda refuses to sit back and watch her friend be hurt any longer. With Slinda’s help and Felix, a new friend, Rebecca finds the courage to leave Derek and strive for a better life. Will Derek truly let her move on without him? Can Rebecca be able to get past the abuse, lies, and deception? Follow along on the journey of heartbreak and betrayal, with an ending that will blow your mind!
This is the final week of National Poetry Month. I've been trying to attend at least one literary event in the greater Boston area. I attended a reading by Author Maxine Hong Kingston. Today's episode will focus on Janis Ian's The Tiny Mouse, Fantasy Faire in SL, Brain Pickings's list of 15 children's books. This Sunday, I'm hosting a special two-hour poetry event with a fellow writer at Fantasy Faire
Poetry at Fantasy Faire, April 23-May 3
Celebrating its seventh year, Fantasy Faire 2015 is the largest gathering of fantasy designers, enthusiasts, roleplayers and performers in the virtual world. From Thursday, April 23 to Sunday May 3, treat yourself to eleven days of shopping, live music concerts, auctions, hunts, events and roleplaying as thousands of Second Life residents and creators bring their own visions together to support the American Cancer Society’s vision of a world without cancer.
The Tiny Mouse by Janis Ian
About Brain Pickings
Brain Pickings is a cross-disciplinary LEGO treasure chest, full of pieces spanning art, science, psychology, design, philosophy, history, politics, anthropology, and more; pieces that enrich our mental pool of resources and empower combinatorial ideas that are stronger, smarter, richer, deeper and more impactful. Above all, it’s about how these different disciplines illuminate one another to glean some insight, directly or indirectly, into that grand question of how to live, and how to live well.
Meet author Chris Miles. He's known as the Cash Flow Expert and he will join us on May 23rd to discuss How to Find $3,000 in 30 minutes! He will also discuss being a good steward of our money and sharing a unique perspective for entrepreneurs.
Chris Miles, the "Cash Flow Expert," is a leading authority on how to quickly free up and create cash flow for thousands of his clients, entrepreneurs, and others internationally! He’s an author, speaker, and radio host that has been featured in US News, CNN Money, Bankrate, and has spoken to thousands getting them fast financial results
Here are just a few topics where Chris uses his unique approach towards getting fast results:
Find $4,000 in 45 minutes!
3 Circles of Wealth – Keys to Keeping What You Make
So Much Passion, So Much Purpose, So What?!
How to Make Money WITHOUT Money?
Relax and Rake It In!
How You Are Losing Tens of Thousands of Dollars and Not Know It? – The X-Factors
You can check out his website here: http://www.moneyripples.com/
Pastor Bola Adepoju
Pastor Bola Adepoju is founder and visionary of Woman on Purpose.
She leads an outreach ministry to the homeless, Project R.E.A.C.H (Restoring and Empowering A Community’s Hope), She is the co-founder of “Hope for Tomorrow”, an initiative geared towards provided services to deportees in Jamaica and giving them a 2nd chance at life.
Pastor Bola founded Total Makeover (TMO), a ministry that offers a safe place to cater to the “total” needs of “Leading Ladies” (wives of Senior Pastors, female Senior Pastors and female pastors who have ministries outside the walls of the church). She is the visionary of the annual Gathering of the Eagles’ conference.
She is the author of “Woman on Purpose”, Inspirations I, II and III.
She received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Economics from Spelman College and her Masters in Business Administration from Atlanta University, both in Atlanta. She is a graduate and Fellow of Black Women in Ministerial Leadership (BWML) program of the office of the Black Women in Church and Society, Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia. She is married to the love of her life and is blessed with two beautiful children.
Today we speak with Jason Cohen, musician and founder of Unifier Festival, about the importance of setting space for genuine human connection and creative expression, visionary culture, and music as medicine.
Unifier Festival is held in Tolland, MA, June 11-14, 2015.
BIO: Jason Cohen, the creator of Forestdance, Sacred World Interdependence Day and founder of Unifier Festival has experienced numerous healing and expressive arts rituals around the world.
His knowledge, experience, sensitivity and training as a ritual facilitator and his life long pursuit of exploring passion and subtlety in music, has led him in service to spark and curate the Unifier Festival Gathering.
Forestdance at the root of the Unifier lineage has taken place in 7 US states and in Costa Rica! These are powerful transformational ritual gatherings designed to bring people into their full power through the process of burning off symptomatic energies, coming fulling present, and balancing heart, mind, body and spirit inside and out of the sacred fire circle. When not facilitating one of these gatherings, Jason often is composing and performing with his musical projects Incus and Sacred Side Project, or directing events for the heARTbeat Collective in Jamaica Plain, MA. His latest endeavor is called Unifier Festival, a larger healing and expressive arts festival with a mission that includes bringing people together to create a community owned Land Trust. Jason is a community organizer deeply committed to creating spaces where people can become empowered and inspired.
Jason has held ceremonial space and studied with many blessed teachers, and takes much of his inspiration from his humble and direct connections to nature and his ancestors.
Meet author Toni Perry. She will be my guest on the Author Chat Show to discuss her book, Breaking the Yolk, The Biblical Beginning and End to Our Struggle With Food.
About the book:
Millions of people feel as though they've lost (or are struggling with) the battle with food and their weight. And no wonder! Obesity is on the rise, yet through popular cooking programs, talk shows, tempting commercials and convenience foods, the entire food industry encourages us to mindlessly munch and expand. Is there any way to break the yoke that weighs us down? Absolutely! Discover what happens when you turn to Christ, instead of the fridge, to save you from oyur troubles. Step out of Hell's kitchen and follow the blessed, fragrant aromas of hope that lead to God's kitchen!
About the author:
Toni Perry is an award-winning Bible study teacher, author, food educator, and inspirational speaker. Through God’s Kitchen Ministries (www.Gods-Kitchen.org), she illustrates God’s Word in a culinary-class environment to encourage others to taste the truth about food, and to eat healthy, eat holy, and find comfort in God’s provisions
Want to LEARN HOW TO WRITE A BOOK IN 2 HOURS? Host Cyrus Webb welcomes publisher and author Ken Dunn to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss how his book helps you to get published and find success.
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