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The issue of the Black father has been going on for generations and unfortunately in a negative way.
Whether we are talking about the absentee father, the deadbeat dad, the abusive father, the man that never really came around, the man that had all those kids, the man that wouldn't marry my mom, the man that we never met or the one that we can't seem to get it together with, the Black father is a polarizing figure. He commands a lot of attention for a man that so many people say hardly exists in our lives.
The issues with fathers is not exclusive to Black people. Other races and ethnic groups have had similar issues with fathers but their issues seem to have dealt more with abusive or neglectful fathers inside the home. Many Black people have the opposite experience.
This is not a general show concerning fathers though. This show will focus on personal issues that people have had in the Black family with their fathers.
What has been your experience concerning your dad? Was he there? Was he absent? Have you been mad at him most of your life or have you been looking for him most of your life?
Has someone else that is not been your biological dad been your dad all your life? How did that turn out?
Have you been taught to feel like a father is not as important in your life as a mother is?
What about people who have sons? Do we secretly fear that our sons won't be there for their children if they grew up without a dad? Do we try to prevent that from happening or do we let the chips fall where they may?
What can be done to remedy the situation of the Black father in relation to the child, the family and the community?
Brother Mac will be back on hand to discuss fatherhood from his experience and his perspective.
How do you keep a good relationship when there are so many kids by different mothers?
Why do so many Black people feel that not having a father figure is okay?
There's more, more and much more!
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Dick Pritchett about his involvement with the Alabama Dutch Oven Society. He shares his horse story and his love of Dutch Oven cooking, trail riding out West, and his historic farm near Ohatchee, Alabama, called Quail Run Farm.
Also on the show, Shannon Schraufnagel of Horse Trails and Camping Across America, gives an update on upcoming events in 2016.
It takes stamina and endurance and determination to devise a plan and stick to it. The beginning of the year is when the men get separated from boys in this regard. By now, people are either wondering if they should've started what they started or if they need to change direction.
How's that workout plan going? What about that diet?
Have you ran back to that lover that you kicked to the curb?
Are you still not speaking to those toxic friends that you cut off?
Have you started adding back those friends that you deleted off of social media?
Have you started back cursing and swearing yet?
When was the last time you smoked a cigarette?
How much money have you saved so far?
Still sticking to that celibacy plan?
Yeah, it's only been less than a month but it seems like a lifetime when you feel like you've made the wrong decision or when you bitten off more than you can chew. People go overboard with New year's plans all the time. They get fed up and and make rash decisions. How about you? Are you sticking to the gameplan?
Let's see if we can help each other out. Let's support each other. Let's see if we can get each other back on the right track and follow through until at least the spring. LOL
What do you do to improve your life? Do you know some people stare at the sun to gain advantages in life? Do you know many of our religions were formed because of the sun and its value to our lives? Do you really care about sun worshipping or do you mostly care about how your life can be better?
Do you have anything or anyone you follow with a belief that your life is better because you have that belief? Why do we worship anyone or anything? What would life look like if we each accepted that a creator exists, that we are creators, and we let each of us grow up as value creators? How would that belief, religion, fit your life style?
When you were little did you dream of growing up and being more than you were accepted as as the child within the family, the society, the religion you were part of? Did you dream of being as powerful as the sun that shone in your eyes? Did you dream of escaping this planet to a place you were accepted? Well, stare at the sun! (a metaphor for being more)
TONIGHT FRIDAY JANUARY 29, 2016 SIgnOtHeTiMeS Blogtalk w BROTHERS OF THE SUN, FAM3 & LUC5 SADDIQUE HASAN speaking on the need to build unity both inside and outside of enemy lines. The time is now and you are a very important part of the solution. Please watch the documentaries Dark Little Secret Parts 1 & 2. Let's all get free! The number to call in is 917-889-8059, please press 1 to be a part of the dialogue.See you then and don't forget to press 1 to come into cue, so you may ask a ? or make a comment. Please support us by making your 10.00 monthly donation via PayPal and our email address SIgnOtHeTiMeS firstname.lastname@example.org also check us out on Facebook groups, sIgnOtHeTiMeS, Nu Power Radio Network, the UAC United African Coalition for Justice and Human Rights, Nu Black Code, the People's Platform for Equality and Justice, the People's Political Party, Peace in the Streets, We Charge Genocide, the Blackout Boycott of American Imperialism, the BLACKBOARD, Queen Tahiyrah and UAC Black Think Tank. Feel free to SHARE, POST & COMMENT on subject matter that pertains to the Melanated CommUNITY. You also may reach us by phone at 513-365-4764, anytime! PEACE& LOVE
SIgnOtHeTiMeS Blogtalk w Queen Tahiyrah & Brothers of the Sun Friday JANUARY 15, 2016 from 6-8pm eastern. The number to dial is 917-889-8059.TOPIC: CHIRAQ Does holding the coochie hostage, better the community? Is this just a form of CONTROL? Is there something else we can do? If holdin the coochie hostage works in this situation, will it then be used to control others??? See you then and don't forget to press 1 to come into cue, so you may ask a ? or make a comment. Please support us by making your 10.00 monthly donation via PayPal and our email address SIgnOtHeTiMeS email@example.com also check us out on Facebook groups, sIgnOtHeTiMeS, Nu Power Radio Network, the UAC United African Coalition for Justice and Human Rights, Nu Black Code, the People's Platform for Justice & Human Rights, the People's Political Party, Peace in the Streets, We Charge Genocide, the Blackout Boycott of American Imperialism, the BLACKBOARD, Queen Tahiyrah and UAC Black Think Tank. You also may reach us by phone at 513-365-4764, anytime! PEACE& LOVE
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Cooking food is something we all do, something we pretty much depend on. And while most just walk over to their stove or range top or maybe even the microwave all of us at one time or another have thought about what if the power goes off, or it’s summer and way too hot to add even more heat to the house so we head to the barbeque but then we are faced with some limited cooking options and the smoke produced by the burning fuel filled with chemicals and what have you. Whether we like it or not grills produce harmful elements into our environment. What’s the solution? The sun of course!
Hearing the raves about solar cooking I’ve been curious so Sunday I am going to the horse’s mouth so to speak as Paul Munsen of Sun Oven will join The Other Side of a Preppers Path to introduce and talk about the virtues of solar cooking.
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It's always great to start making a little more money to be able to have the things that you always wanted to be able to buy and live the life that you've always wanted to live. Just like any changes that happen in life there are gonna be challenges that need to be met. Even though they may seem like small things to some people, everyone has their own way of seeing things and we all grew up experiencing things from our own perspective so some things are easier for others than they are for individuals.
In short, here are some of the things that we will address on this week's show. See if you can relate.
Working a steady job after being on welfare for a long time.
Moving into a regular rental apartment or house after living in the projects for a long time.
Moving from an apartment to owning your own home for the 1st time.
Taking a managerial position after working for years as an hourly employee.
Getting into a healthy relationship after being in an abusive relationship for so long.
Living a healthy lifestyle after abusing yourself for years with drugs, alcohol or other type of addiction.
We can cover any other type of positive change that takes getting used to as well. Call 347-677-1533 to tell your story or one that you know of.
We know that compatibility and communication are important for any relationship to be able to survive and be harmonious most of the time. People usually get with people that they can relate to on their level even if the person knows more than them or knows less than them. People who meet in college often wind up being together and often marrying. It's the same as people who meet at work or at clubs or organizations. They have ssomething in common that helps them to relate to each other. On some levels they are on the same level. What happens when one person raises their education level with the possibility of raising their social and professional level as well?
When a person in a relationship goes back to school to further their education or to move up in their profession, do they change in ways that alienates them from the person that they are with? Do they try to raise their partner's status up to theirs or does something else often happen? Does the one in the relationship who is not going to school experience feelings of jealousy, alienation and being left behind? Are their feelings often vaild?
Does the person in the relationship who goes back to school often leave their partner behind in some way by learning new things, interacting with different people and possibly becoming a little snooty?
Can a little education ruin a once healthy relationship? What can be done to save it?
Can the professional and the blue collar worker still make it as the gap widens between their educational backgrounds?
Does getting a degree usually mean that a person will change?