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From the authors of the national best selling series Souls of My Sisters Dawn Marie Daniels, Candace Sandy and co-author Dr. Jarralynne Agee discuss their newest installment Tears To Triumph: Women Learn To Live Love and Thrive (Soulsof My Sisters/Kensington Publishing Corp.). Listen in as the women talk about why they decided to write Tears To Triumph, behind the scenes experiences and their personal thoughts. If you are facing your toughest challenge tune into Tears To Triumph on Blogtalk Radio and you will be uplifted and inspired.
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Aimmee is the author of “Tears of Hope,” her riveting true life story of a young Middle Eastern Christian girl, who lived 13 years through the Lebanese Civil War where she escaped death 3 times and lost many close family members. Aimmee was faced with enormous obstacles and many challenges to overcome. Due to the war and her severe dyslexia, she was forced to leave school at the 4th grade, and lost her own Dream and Vision of becoming a teacher, and was left with no opportunities or Hope.
In 1988, Aimmee took the opportunity to come to the United States and start a new life. Soon after her arrival, she was told to go back to her country because, “You will never make it here.” After years of persistence and determination, Aimmee found a way to rise above her obstacles and turn her Dream and Vision into Reality. Aimmee did not become a teacher; instead, she became a powerful, sought after Inspirational and Transformational Speaker, helping people see light through their darkness, and guiding them to live their True Purpose!
To learn more about how Aimmee can help you, Please visit: www.ReachingYourLight.com
As we are about to celebrate another New Year, I want to thank everyone for joining in and being a part of the show. The Americas Voice Show was started to give everyone people a say in everyday events.
Now as we close out yet another year, let us take time to look back at our past, look forward to our furture and remember and pay tribute to all of those that have helped us to get to the point in our life that we are at. Make a promise to carry them in your heart and as you think of a loved one and memories bring tears, let your mind bring back all of the good and happy times, and let this be a celebration of their lives. Hug those near you, hold them close and tell those you love how much...Remember that tomorrow is guaranteed to no one!
As I close lets all take a moment of silence for all of those that put their lives in jeopardy everyday to protect us, for those far away from their homes and in foreign lands. Say a Special prayer that they are protected and will return to their loves ones.
May God Bless America ! Everyone Have a Happy and Safe New Year !!!!!!
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On today's Show I am sharing a small part of Bear Grylls book "Mud, Sweat and Tears."
Here are some quotes from this amazing book:
“Never depend on those luck moments – they are gifts – but instead always build your own back-up plan.”
“You can't become a decent horseman until you fall off and get up again, a good number of times.
There's life in a nutshell.”
“Time and experience have taught me that fame and money very rarely go to the worthy, by the way - hence we shouldn't ever be too impressed by either of those impostors. Value folk for who they are, how they live and what they give - that's a much better benchmark.”
“Many people find it hard to understand what it is about a mountain that draws men and women to risk their lives on her freezing, icy faces - all for a chance at that single, solitary moment on the top. It can be hard to explain. But I also relate to the quote that says, Iif you have to ask, you will never understand.”
“To me, my Christian faith is all about being held, comforted, forgiven, strengthened, and loved--yet somehow that message gets lost on most of us, and we tend only to remember the religious nutters or the God of endless school assemblies. This is no one's fault, it is just life. Our job is to stay open and gentle, so we can hear the knocking on the door of our heart when it comes. The irony is that I never meet anyone who doesn't want to be loved or held or forgiven. Yet I meet a lot of folk who hate religion. And I so sympathize. But so did Jesus. In fact, He didn't just sympathize, He went much further. It seems more like this Jesus came to destroy religion and to bring life.”
“If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.”
Hundreds of thousands of ordinary innocent children and women are suffering in Syria every single day. They have no HOPE and voice to TELL their story. Aimmee Kodachian, author of Tears of Hope, understands the horror and the FEAR that they go through when they hear a bomb. Get an inside feel for the war in Syria from the life of a Lebanese War Victim. Don't miss our "Artist Spotlight" featuring Jake Hughes.
Living Out Loud Radio Broadcast I www.larussiacainministries.com I Host La Russia Cain
Author Lakisha Louissaint will be our Co- Host, and we will be discussing her book "Tears Of Silence."
Silence is deadly. Just because you don't acknowledge the pain, does not mean that it is not there. It simply means that it is waiting for something or someonme to trigger it to resurface. Lakisha will share her story of how she overcame depression, rejection, being molested, high school drop out, losing a mother and much more.
To connect with Lakisha Louissaint:
"Oh that my head were waters, and mine eyes a fountain of tears that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people! Oh that I had in the wilderness a lodging place of wayfaring men; that I might leave my people, and go from them! for they be all adulterers, an assembly of treacherous men. And they bend their tongues like bow for lies: but they are not valiant for the truth upon the earth;......"
We're dealing with a generation of children who are coming from broken homes, dysfunctional families, abuse, and neglect that has created what we call "Tattoo Tears". You may wonder why they act out the way they do and why they appear to carry so much anger that you can't seem to understand. You'll be surprised to know that many of them don't even understand what's going on with themselves. Join us as we attempt to dissect the war going on within and what is truly behing these tears of anger, bitterness, and resentment. This is a show you truly don't want to miss.
In observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month we will be talking Maxine Browne, author of "Years of Tears". We will talk to about what influenced her to write this book, what is domestic violence and how can it be prevented. Don't miss the "Artist Spotlight" featuring C.J. Luckey.
Happy Birthday to Colleen! In honor of her birthday, we're talking about experiences near and dear to her heart, ACL tears.
Colleen tore both her ACLs in high school and this episode kicks off the first or many conversations we'll have revolving around how a traumatic injury like ACL tears affects students athletes.
Join us for this conversation about tying together physical trauma to the mental and emotional responses, how to cope with feelings and stressors, finally how to prepare for surgery and physical therapy.
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Tom Bluewolf is a Muskogee Creek Elder who works with Earthkeepers
Tom's Grandfather taught him that just before the Trail of Tears, many Sacred Songs were hidden in the Dreamtime so that they could be retrieved later... many years later, the current Rain Queen Modjadji of South Africa (of a line of Rain Queens lasting 10,000 years) contacted him,having leaned who he was through spirit, and told him that she had found the Sacred Songs in the Dreamtime, and to come get them. Hear the story of that Journey!