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Walter E. Jacobson, MD, psychiatrist, therapist, spiritual advisor, Mastery of Life Mentor, author and speaker, motivates audiences to break free from self-limiting concepts and negative behaviors getting in the way of their happiness and success.
The way to eliminate our guilt, shame, and self-loathing is to esteem ourselves and forgive ourselves. The way to esteem ourselves and forgive ourselves is to esteem and forgive others.Forgive To Win!‘s Forgiveness Diet is a structured program that teaches us how to do this. It’s not complicated. And it works!
Did giants really exist? Are women as valuable as men? Did Jesus say he was the Son of God? Words are the vehicles of thought, and the Bible has plenty of them, so it is vitally important that we get the meanings right. In this fascinating look at interpreting the Bible, Walter Martin discusses the correct way to approach and analyze biblical passages, and emphasizes the importance of understanding the Bible in the defense of the Christian faith.
Join Ms. E when she interviews Ms. Valerie Lambert, Founder & Director of Women Inspiring Girls to Grow, Inc.
WIGG, Inc. is a non-profit mentoring agency whose mission is to help at risk, middle and high school girls obtain a college degree through mentorship, life skills training and professional development.
WIGG's pledge is:
"To be the conduit that helps transform young women's dreams into reality"
Tonight join The Gist of Freedom with host Roy Paul as we talk with the executive producer, of the play Black Wall Street, Walter E. Puryear! Running at The Andrew Freedman Home, 1125 GrandCouse Bronx, NY starting Thursday September 18th thru Sunday October 5,204.
BLACK WALL STREET by Celeste Bedford Walker
In 1921, in a small community in Tulsa Oklahoma, there was a Black paradise called Greenwood. This community consisted of Blacks, Indians, and Jews, who respected and did business with each other. In time the town was soon known as Black Wall Street. In a mere 36 block section of town, these African-Americans owned and operated up to 600 thriving businesses. One of the most popular of these businesses was Old Lady Boleys’,(fictional) an eating establishment which is where our play begins. One Sunday evening, the town’s more influential citizens gathered to have their pictures taken for the local newspaper; in honor of the community’s 20th anniversary. Before the play ends, the entire community of Greenwood is completely burned to the ground. In a 12 hour period, a major Black economic movement is halted.
Walter E. Puryear is the Mid-Bronx Council’s project manager for the Andrew Freedman Home. When the home opened in the Bronx in 1924, it looked like a limestone luxury liner sailing up the Grand Concourse, a grandiosity that advertised its odd function: a privately endowed retirement home for the formerly well-to-do, those who might have lost their money but not their manners or manorial tastes.
On today's episode of DivaTalkRadio, Dr. Karen Jacobson (Dr. J) is our special guest. Dr. J will share how to elevate your performance by Being F.I.T. The key strategies of
Focus, Intention and Transformation as that affect your in brain, body and business to create lasting changes that allow you maximize your natural resources.
Feed you brain and sharpen your mind, build a better body and a winning business so you can unlock your ultimate potential and live an extraordinary life!
Dr. Jacobson peers have recognized her as a health and wellness expert who focuses her practice on the Mind-body Connection and its effects on self-healing and the human potential. Her own experience with the miracle of naturally healing from Systemic Lupus taught her that there are no limits to what we can create. Health and healing come from within and are guided by our personal blueprint, which is based on our perception of the world, mindset, emotions and beliefs system.
When Dr. Jacobson turned 17, she was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus. She spent four years in and out of hospitals dealing with this devastating disease. At her lowest point both physically and emotionally, she made the choice to turn away from traditional medicine and begin a path of self-discovery and natural healing – a journey which ultimately lead to her complete recovery. She earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College back in 1992. Alongside her practice, she developed her passion for creative expression through song, dance, and acting. Her time spent as a competitive Latin Ballroom dancer and performer has inspired a series of leadership talks that motivate the world to embrace their creativity to achieve greater levels of influence, communication and teamwork.
Greetings to all God's people. I am honored to have our guest join the platform this evening help me welcome Don Jacobson as he shares his amazing story "It's a God thing". Jacobson's own story starts in 1980, when he accidentally shot himself in the woods with a 12-gauge shotgun, and laid over nine hours bleeding to death before a friend found him and called for help. It's from this miraculous story that the original idea was born.
"If you start looking for God's activity in your life; if you start looking for 'God moments,' it'll change the way you think," Jacobson says. "You start understanding that God is actively involved in our lives and He cares."
From an amazing discovery in the wreckage of a tornado, to a father inexplicably saved from a runaway truck, from nonbelievers coming to Christ through simple or extraordinary circumstances, to a group of missionaries who survived a vicious attack, It's a God Thing walks through first-person stories of God's hand on the lives of modern day people.
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Dr. Jacobson, a graduate of Cornell University, the Medical College of Wisconsin, and the UCLA / San Fernando Valley Psychiatry Residency Program, is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist who has been in private practice in the Los Angeles area since 1999.
He’s also a Motivational & Inspirational Speaker and a Mastery Of Life Mentor guiding people towards the fulfillment of their goals and dreams.
He has authored his first book, Forgive To Win!, which teaches people techniques for building self-esteem, eliminating sabotaging behaviors, and creating the lives that they want.
Join Stephanie as she interviews Author E LR Jones about her books and her writing career. She will be the inaugural author on the Stephanie's Book Reports BlogTalk Radio channel. E LR Jones is the author of The Norton Sisters Series; Live in "E" Motion; Can I do your hair?; Touched by a god Series; The Discovery of Me; and several more. Tune in to hear how E got her writing career started and where she's going from here.
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Show Date: December 17, 2014
The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism
Historian Edward E. Baptist reveals in The Half Has Never Been Told, the expansion of slavery in the first eight decades after American independence drove the evolution and modernization of the United States. In the span of a single lifetime, the South grew from a narrow coastal strip of worn-out tobacco plantations to a continental cotton empire, and the United States grew into a modern, industrial, and capitalist economy. Until the Civil War, Baptist explains, the most important American economic innovations were ways to make slavery ever more profitable. Through forced migration and torture, slave owners extracted continual increases in efficiency from enslaved African Americans. Thus the United States seized control of the world market for cotton, the key raw material of the Industrial Revolution, and became a wealthy nation with global influence.
Told through intimate slave narratives, plantation records, newspapers, and the words of politicians, entrepreneurs, and escaped slaves, The Half Has Never Been Told offers a radical new interpretation of American history. It forces readers to reckon with the violence at the root of American supremacy, but also with the survival and resistance that brought about slavery’s end—and created a culture that sustains America’s deepest dreams of freedom.
Edward E. Baptist is an Associate Professor in the Department of History and House Professor and Dean at the Carl Becker House at Cornell University.
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