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Tragedy, abuse, trauma are all real aspects of life and something many of us have experienced. Emily shares her own story of how she found her power again after living in an abusive home as a child and experiencing it again as an adult in her personal relationships. Listen in as she shares tips and guidance on how to overcome abuse and personal trauma and find your power again.
Emily will also give intuitive guidance to callers or messages from past loved ones answering one question about their lives. She is a professional psychic medium based in NYC and is available to give readings to callers via Skype or phone, www.emilystroia.com.
ENVISION THIS: The Commons provides us a self-organized system by which communities manage resources with minimal or no reliance on the Market or State
The first two listeners to join our conversation at 646-652-2235 will receive FREE copies of Think Like a Commoner!
David Bollier is an author, activist, blogger and consultant who spends a lot of time exploring the commons as a new paradigm of economics, politics and culture. David has written, co-authored or co-edited thirteen books. His most recent, Think Like a Commoner, describes the logic, worldview and ethics of the commons, and the burgeoning international movement of commoners, especially in Europe and the global South. He says, “The book provides a succinct overview of the great diversity of commons in the world and the many pernicious enclosures now being fought.” It has received glowing endorsements from Bill McKibben, Ralph Nader, Maude Barlow, David Korten, Michel Bauwens and Peter Barnes.
David says, “the commons is not so much a fixed, universal thing as a general concept describing durable, dynamic sets of social relationships for managing resources -- all sorts of resources: digital, urban, natural, indigenous, rural, cultural, scientific, to use some crude categories. Each commons has its own distinctive character because each is shaped by its particular location, history, culture and social practices. The term commoning means to suggest that the commons is really more of a verb than a noun. It is a set of ongoing practices, not an inert physical resource.” He will discuss how the commons manages resources with minimal or no reliance on the Market or State and protects the wealth that we inherit or create together and must pass on, undiminished or enhanced, to our children.
What will you do when tragedy happen? Will you keep your faith or will you give up? Learn More click >> http://www.gofundme.com/b1v3hw
Learn what happen the day screams went through the walls and the airways.. Let me share the short version of my walk through the storm. Some years ago my beautiful, bridal couture designer sister was in a tragic accident which left her in a coma. She was out of state at the time and I remember the family rushing to get there. AS I approached her hospital room I saw machines and her body in bandages. I leaned over whispered in her ear your sister is here and I love you!. www.gofundme.com/b1v3hw
Donald Beagle is now the Library Director of Belmont Abbey College in Belmont,NC. after previously serving as Head of the Information Commons and Associate University Librarian at UNC Charlotte. Beagle's twenty-two published articles include studies of Information Commons management models that are among the most widely cited in the field.
This is the Memorial Day Special Episode of VOW Talk Radio brought to you by USAA. This week on VOW Talk Radio, we will be speaking with Bonnie Carroll, President and Founder of the nonprofit organization, TAPS. TAPS is the 24/7 tragedy assistance resource for ANYONE who has suffered the loss of a military loved one, regardless of the relationship to the deceased or the circumstance of the death.
Founded out of tragedy in 1994, TAPS has established itself as the front line resource to the families and loved ones of our military men and women. TAPS provides comfort and care through comprehensive services and programs including peer based emotional support, case work assistance, connections to community-based care, and grief and trauma resources.
TAPS HAS ASSISTED OVER 50,000 SURVIVING FAMILY MEMBERS, CASUALTY OFFICERS AND CAREGIVERS.
TAPS National Military Survivor Seminar and Good Grief camp has been held annually since 1994. TAPS also conducts regional Survivor Seminars and Good Grief Camps at locations across the country.
If you are suffering the loss of a military loved one, or if you know someone who can use our support, please call our toll-free help and information line now: 1-800-959-TAPS (8277).
The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) is a not-for-profit organization and is not part of, or endorsed by, the Department of Defense.
I KNOW I CAN FROM TRAGEDY TO TRIUMPH, MY SPECIAL GUESTS TONIGHT DESMONT GOOLSBY, RON SANDERS, AND DR.DENSON. WE OFTEN TAKE LIFE FOR GRANT, BUT IN A MINUTE OUR LIFE CAN BE TURNED UPSIDE SIDE DOWN. A YOUNG STORKE SURVIVOR WILL SHARE HIS STORY. I KNOW I CAN THE DOCUMENTARY AFTER WATCHING IT I WAS MOVED AND IT LET ME KNOW VICTORY CAN COME IF WE HAVE THE WILL TO MOVE FORWARD AND GO THROUGH THE PROCESS OF OVERCOMING.
RON SANDERS, AUTHOR OF CONCERN BUT NOT CONSUMED, ON THE BRINK OF MAKING A MOVIE ABOUT HIS LIFE SUFFERED A STOKE BUT HE DID NOT GIVE UP.
TONIGHT WE WANT TO GIVE HOPE, BECAUSE I KNOW I CAN FROM TRAGEDY TO TRIUMPH OVERCOME ALL THINGS, BUT IT UP TO YOU.
The show will feature Joyce Bettencourt (Rhiannon Chatnoir), Community Manager for NonProfit Commons in Second Life about recent and upcoming Non-Profit Commons events.
Nonprofit Commons (NPC) was designed to lower the barriers of access to Second Life, to create a community of practice for nonprofits to explore and learn about the virtual world, and to investigate the many ways in which nonprofits might utilize this unique environment.
Tragedy in Moncton & Social Media!
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It is indeed a tragedy in Moncton NB this week that has left wives without husbands, children without fathers, at the hand of Justin Bourque. Unfortunately, there was a lot of misinformation circulated the media, and even worse, was the ignorant comments being made through various social media venues such as Twitter and Face book. This week I will talk about some of the misinformation broadcast over the television networks by reporters who for whatever reason, chose to report false information about the events. Also, I will explain why we need to question even the so called experts that the media presents to us and how the media chooses such experts.
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Gene Kiepura, a retired railroad machinist, came face to face with the reality of where he stood in his faith when his 14 year old son, Jacob (Jake) was killed on a missions trip to Mexico. As if the death of his son (who was killed along with five others) was not enough to contend with, Eugene also had to deal with corrupt and greedy local authorities and US Embassy staff.
Yet, his greatest challenge of all was his faith in God. Believers, who expected him to be a pillar of great strength and a prime example seemed to undermine or even shorten the grieving process. Gene, along with his wife (41 years of marriage to his highschool sweetheart) Jan, struggled through the tragedy together, along with their other children.
Gene's transparency about his faith and his struggles will cause one to stand back and look hard at their own faith. Listen to how God intervened, strengthening Gene in such unexpected and amazing ways that only God alone is glorified!
I want you to meet a new friend of mine Kathy Holmes. She lost both her legs in a tragedy when she was 40 years old.
She had a lifetime of sexual abuse and running away from God- until one day an unfortunate accident changed the course of her life. She stumbled in the dark until she finally surrendered her life to the Lord Jesus Christ. She walks the straight and narrow without her legs v. the path of destruction she walked when she did have her legs. Listen to Kathy's story of TRIUMPH on the next The Inspiration Room Podcast!
Hi Angels, Tonight we are going to hear an incredible story from Brian Mora, a competitive athelete who took his love for running competitively and decided to dedicate his entire 2013 race season to Race 4 Chase in honor of Chase Kowalski a 7 year old athlete who died in the Sandy Hook school tragedy. Over the course of the following 10 months, Brian completed 18 races of different distances, totaling 391 miles for the year. Often times, this meant racing back to back weekends, and in one instance, it included completing the 2013 NYC Marathon just seven days after racing a 70.3 Half Ironman Triathlon in Miami. Originally, Brian scheduled the Miami 70.3 to be his final race of the season, but once he was contacted by Chase’s mom, Rebecca, and asked to run the NYC Marathon, it was something he was compelled to do. Bria.undraising for Race 4 Chase using the 2013 race season helped him raise 30,000 dollars for the Chase Michael Anthony Kowalski Sandy Hook Memorial foundation (CMAK) a community center to focus on physical and mental and physical wellness. Some of the joys Brian has experineced: He was able to meet and establish a friendship with Chase's family and others. Listen to his incredible story and how one shared idea with Brian and others have created life changing possibilities that affect masses of people.
Tonight on blog talk radio it is Transformation Thursday. We have an incredible young woman Keisha Mitto,who is our special guest and is 20 years old. She made this statement of who she is in her own words: " That amazing moment you realize how blessed you truly are. I have a life and an amazing family that supports me in all that I do, no matter how crazy the venture may be. A student, a motivational speaker/women empowerment activist and aspiring chef." She also started the NPO organization Love-In-My-Skin. An organization who helps empower women. She is a runner and is planning to do a 5 k run to help raise funds for Woman in Distress too. Hear her story how she transformed her life; mind, body and spirit and triumph over tragedy. Now helps others do the same.
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