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In these days of drama, the news media headlines that are constantly creating danger messages, constant crisis, keeping our minds filled with horrific and devastating events, we need to be reminded that there is "the rest of the story" - as an old broadcaster, Paul Harvey, use to say!
I call it the other side of the story.
Remember, our earth is always in balance. Our earth is spinning on its axis perfectly as it goes around the sun perfectly, every day, every day, every day, 365 days a year. If all the bad stuff was all there was, then the earth would be off-balance and would go spinning out into the Universe in a hap-hazard fling of emotion. But it doesn't. So, tune in today and get a dose of balance!!
The Lords Ought& Rebuke At That Time!!!!
True Tails is a true story about the life of best-selling author and animal communicator, JH Soeder. It's the story about the life of a young man who discovers at the age of two that he has the ability to communicate with all beings, great and small. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Jon Soeder, author of True Tails, about his exciting work with animals. Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). For other promotional offers, please visit TheOrganicView.com’s website.
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Join us for another freshly baked episode of UrbanJunglesRadio as we join you for a quick break on our hiatus before beginnning the next leg of our international tour. We'll be joined by Children's book author Elaine Powers who will tell us about her "Curtis Curly-Tail" Series of childrens books inspired by a real-life lizard! Then we'll fill you in on happening at the Canadian Pet Expo in Toronto, London, England, and Chicago in the next couple of weeks. Don't miss out on an update on our adventures and so much more as only UrbanJunglesRadio can bring it!
Join David, Bill LIVE with special guest New York Times sports reporter Ben Nelson. Topic will be the NFL's hypocritical stance on fantasy football and gambling and the latest developments involving the employee access and potential insider trading issues.
KEN BELSON, Sports Reporter, The New York Times
Ken Belson covers the N.F.L. for the New York Times, a job that includes writing about teams, stadiums, medical issues, lawsuits and many other elements of the country's biggest and most popular league. Mr. Belson joined the Sports section in 2009 after spending three years in the Metro section writing about transportation, economics and energy. He previously covered media and telecommunications for the Business section. From 2001 to 2004, he wrote about business in Japan while working in the Times' Tokyo bureau.
In 2011, Mr. Belson returned to Japan to join a team that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for International Reporting for their coverage of the tsunami in Tohoku and the nuclear disaster in Fukushima. Prior to joining The Times, he wrote for Bloomberg, Reuters and Business Week, all in Tokyo, as well as for many other publications as a freelancer.
Mr. Belson travels widely, including annual trips to Asia. He is co-author of a book on Hello Kitty, Japan's answer to Mickey Mouse, "Hello Kitty: The Remarkable Story of Sanrio and the Billion Dollar Feline Phenomenon" (2003). He attended Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism from 1995 to 1996 on a Japan-America Friendship Commission Fellowship. He won the Pulitzer Traveling Scholarship, which he used to travel to the Cook Islands to write about what happens when a country goes bankrupt.
Mr. Belson lives with his wife in New York. They enjoy listening to jazz, taking long walks and rooting for the Mets, not necessarily in that order.
Join us Wednesday 7 October 2015 @ 7:30pm for Moors Heritage & History School live broadcast:
Live Broadcast of Moors Heritage and History School near HARLEM Corporation at Northwest Amexem
This is the Uniting of Asia - Family
We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
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During the Vietnam War, Red Cross workers provided services to U.S. military personnel and assist Vietnamese refugees (1962-1974) In 1962, the American Red Cross sent its first paid field staff to Vietnam to assist the growing number of servicemen at various bases and hospitals. At the height of its involvement in 1968, 480 field directors, hospital personnel, and recreation assistants (Donut Dollies) served throughout Southeast Asia. Red Cross workers, who provided 1.9 million services to U.S. military personnel, shared the hardships and privations of war with the soldiers. Five Red Cross staff members gave their lives, and many others were injured as they helped servicemen resolve personal problems or get home when emergency leave was granted due to death or serious illness in their immediate family.
One of these volunteers is Barbara Lilly. Barbara graduated from Wayne State in Detroit (Masters much later at Texas State San Marcos) and then on to Vietnam. She served in VN 3/68 through 3/69. During that time she was assigned to Phan Rang, Lai Khe, Cam Ranh Army and II Field Forces. She also did TDY to Cam Ranh Air Force Base ... She had double pneumonia and it wasn't raining there so they sent her there once she got out of the hospital.
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Health and diet advice you can trust...Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative interview with Cheryl Ash-Simpson. In 2009, Cheryl Ash-Simpson was diagnosed with Stage IIA breast cancer just three days before her wedding. And not only was she preparing for her nuptials, but she was also planning a big move to Southeast Asia to begin her new life with her husband, Richard, who re-located to Malaysia for a new job. “Sunshine, Noodles and Me” chronicles Ash-Simpson’s treatment; loss of her hair, and her new lease on life in a country, far, far away. The documentary was shot on location in Malaysia, Singapore, Indianapolis and Dallas.
this episode Q&A includes:
• burdock root- digging and storing
• do not use raw vinegar to make herbal vinegars- vinegar must be pasteurized..
• chemicals in apples and chemicals in our environment- oil soluble and water soluble..
• 12 million adults are misdiagnosed per year in outpatient medical care..
• pain as an ally..
• instead of trying- DO IT!
• cyst on eyebrow of a 4 year old..
• scarred fallopion tubes and ectopic pregnancy..
• red clover infusion is an aid to safe normal pregnancy..
• motherwort tincture is an aid to safe normal thoughts..
• irritable bowel syndrome- slippery elm honey balls and getting tested for celiacs disease..
• cooking liver..
Wooly Mammoths of the Ice Age and other Colombian Mammoths of the Ice Age were strong and majestic animals.These majestic animals roamed the ice age grasslands and tundra of North America and Asia. Frozen fossils are still being found in thawing from the Siberian tundra. The woolly mammoth diverged from the Steppe Mammoth about 400,000 years ago in eastern Asia. Its closest extant relative is the Asian Elephant.
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Sunit Rikhi has a unique perspective on how context impacts leadership. You'll want to hear it.
VP and General Manager (Retired), Intel Custom Foundry
Founder, Reach For Infinity, LLC
Member of the Board, Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute
Sunit Rikhi brings a lifetime of career learning and leadership to help clients, readers, and audiences achieve results worthy of their potential while experiencing the joys of growth without limits.
In his 30 year career as an Intel executive, Sunit Rikhi pioneered several game-changing initiatives and contributed significantly to the shaping of the semiconductor industry and our way of life on earth today.
Intel Custom Foundry – A disruptive force in the semiconductor industry
Sunit started Intel Custom Foundry from scratch in 2008 to provide leading edge custom silicon manufacturing services to fabless design companies. At the time he retired from Intel in May of 2015, the business was on a path to ramping volume to over a billion dollars of revenue run rate. The business had over a thousand engineers spread across the globe and more than ten customers in the USA and Asia.