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If you come from a family of healers, or educators, or even alcoholics, is there something in your GENES that determines you will also follow that path? Are the INNER workings of your genetic make-up the key to who you are today?
DOCTAH B. SIRIUS, leading mind, body and spirit Medicine Man, Certified Doctor of Metaphysics, Subconscious Alignment Facilitator, Vibrational Healer, Master Herbalist and Wellness Educator joins host, Linda K. Bell, The “Life Harmony Lady” on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 @ 7:30 pm EST to discuss the impact our genes and other pertinent factors have on the unfolding of our lives.
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in Self Help
Life is a dream come, true so why do we focus on our nightmares. I recently attended a family reunion and found it to be an amazing event. I met people who I never know where in my family tree. I meet people who considered themselves family who are not officially member but in their hearts are more family then many that are within the tree. Then after the event I had a conversation with an extended family member about a number of things. Note I think that the conversation with the extended family member was sad. Note I also think that many of the people that I talked with that are family were sad too. However from each and every talk and interaction that I had I found them amazingly informative.
This was all a gift. This is why I say the Life is a dream, come true the problem is that we focus on the nightmares. Most of those nightmares are created in our own minds. The interesting that is that we have a choice and we choose so poorly in some many cases. Let’s talk about making the right or should I say better chooses. Each second, minute, hour, day, week, month, and year time.
Act now and create the positive life you want and deserve. Do not act and you will get what you get. Your choice!
Wealth, Health, Happiness, Joy, Riches, Wonder, Good, Success, Bad, Sad, Time, Power, Life, is in your hands.
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And I thought I was the powertourist.
“I can’t see the scenery or the architecture, obviously, but I like talking to people.”
And as he speaks fluent English and French, the latter being an invaluable tool to get in the minds of many West and Central Africans, in a way he does experience more of some of those countries that many visually-able, camera-happy, unilingual English-speaking tourists might manage to.
It’s also pretty obvious that aside from the freedom of the road, cultural interactions and other reasons, he does it to show he can. As a way to prove himself and the world that life doesn’t end with the lost of eyesight or other life-changing disability, that dreams can still come true if one goes to fetch them. Alessandro is the backpacker version of that guy who completed an Ironman triathlon paralyzed from the waist down, or that woman with only a few fingers on each hand who toured the world as a concert violonist. And I have to say it’s pretty inspiring.
You can find Alessandro online at www.lightheplanet.net. The frontpage header is in Italian, but he mostly writes short blog posts in English.
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Dan Venditti is an artist who has always been fascinated with the human form. That, coupled with a great interest in human nature, has formed his artistic style to reveal much about himself, the subject, and the observer. His Italian heritage, coupled with various European masters, both past and contemporary, has influenced his work in many aspects. But what brings him to our show is the love story that he lived and still experiences with his high school sweetheart Annette. Despite being separated by circumstances, they keep the flame alive through letters and poems, which he's getting ready to publish soon.
He remembered their touch
the hands of someone from
another time, when just holding
them was enough to stop his breath.
The sweet touches, the warmth
and moisture of them clasped
on a summer night of promise.
Holding tight. Unable to let go.
But they let go like a movie scene.
Waving goodbye, wiping tears.
Nothing left but his own hands
now empty, left only to hold a hope.
There they are now. Her hands.
Moving in gestures, recounting all
the stories and miles from there
to here, to now.
Their lines hold the stories
raised in hope, clasped in pain.
They have brought lives to this place,
held them, protected them.
I see them now. Same and different.
The hands that always kept my heart.
A glimpse of something shining on a finger.
A symbol. A promise made long ago.
Ti amo, bella.
im going to read very interesting stories i might comment on them myself in between stories im going to open up the line at (347) 202-0831 so that people can call in and voice their opinions ask some questions or just comment on the stories im also going to read from a commentary of the Torah ( so to say ) called Rambam- the daily study of his works on the Torah for more details message me on my website at www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller or just use this direct link to listen to my show http://www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller/2014/05/29/the-story-teller
hope you like them :)
im going to read very interesting stories i might comment on them myself in between stories im going to open up the line at (347) 202-0831 so that people can call in and voice their opinions ask some questions or just comment on the stories im also going to read from a commentary of the Torah ( so to say ) called Rambam- the daily study of his works on the Torah for more details message me on my website at www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller or just use this direct link to listen to my show http://www.blogtalkradio.com/zusiathestoryteller/2014/05/27/the-story-teller
hope you like them :)
The True American tells the story of Raisuddin Bhuiyan, a Bangladesh Air Force officer who dreams of immigrating to America and working in technology. But days after 9/11, an avowed "American terrorist" named Mark Stroman, seeking revenge, walks into the Dallas minimart where Bhuiyan has found temporary work and shoots him, maiming and nearly killing him. Two other victims, at other gas stations, aren’t so lucky, dying at once.
The True American traces the making of these two men, Stroman and Bhuiyan, and of their fateful encounter. It follows them as they rebuild shattered lives—one striving on Death Row to become a better man, the other to heal and pull himself up from the lowest rung on the ladder of an unfamiliar country.
Ten years after the shooting, an Islamic pilgrimage seeds in Bhuiyan a strange idea: if he is ever to be whole, he must reenter Stroman's life. He longs to confront Stroman and speak to him face to face about the attack that changed their lives. Bhuiyan publicly forgives Stroman, in the name of his religion and its notion of mercy. Then he wages a legal and public-relations campaign, against the State of Texas and Governor Rick Perry, to have his attacker spared from the death penalty.
Ranging from Texas's juvenile justice system to the swirling crowd of pilgrims at the Hajj in Mecca; from a biker bar to an immigrant mosque in Dallas; from young military cadets in Bangladesh to elite paratroopers in Israel; from a wealthy household of chicken importers in Karachi, Pakistan, to the sober residences of Brownwood, Texas, The True American is a rich, colorful, profoundly moving exploration of the American dream in its many dimensions. Ultimately it tells a story about our love-hate relationship with immigrants, about the encounter of Islam and the West, about how—or whether—we choose what we become. THE TRUE AMERICAN-Anand Giridharadas
Special Guests: Jo Moffatt, MD of Woodreed and Engage for Success Guru group member and Charlotte Dahl, Strategic Planning Director at Woodreed
Join Jo and Charlotte as they share insights from Woodreed’s thought piece ‘Culture – the true story'. They’ve looked at organisational culture from all angles and talked to leading experts and practitioners along the way to answer the questions: What does culture mean? What are the barriers to developing positive cultures? How do you shape culture? Who or what is the real hero of the culture story?
Woodreed is a creative communications consultancy that puts brand at the heart of internal and external communications to engage employees and customers alike. They help clients create cultures within their organisations that work to achieve their corporate and strategic objectives.
Host: Jo Dodds
Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Allison Fagundes is the founder of BusteeLady, which makes fashionable and supportive clothing for busty women. Fashion is Allison’s calling. Attending FIDM and LMU helped land her careers in apparel manufacturing and costume design. As she developed the brand concept, a particularly humiliating, but now funny moment, catapulted Bustees into reality. Bustees promotes health and wellness and supports 2 causes, one of which Allison directly encountered, breast and thyroid cancer.
Bustees designs bikinis with fit, fashion, as well as performance in mind. We want our clients to be beachside, or poolside, and only be focused on enjoying themselves as well as reveling in the fact they look fabulous! If a customer wearing our product goes to the beach and decides she wants to be a part of a pick-up game of volleyball, she will be left without a doubt knowing her curves are secure, properly supported, and she won’t have to worry about anything “popping out to say hello” no matter how active her day becomes. Bustees bikinis mimic the support of a brassiere, while maintaining better dimensional stability through the layering of performance textiles. In fusing these two ideas, you end up with an impressive product that will last.