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The Playground of Life: Charitable New Book of Poetry, from London Writer, Examines War Between Ego & the Divine Self.John Lennon was absolutely right, the world needs more love. Nobody knows this better than S.R. Lore who, after being diagnosed with a long-term health condition, has spent her entire life seeing the world from a critical yet positive perspective. She, like Lennon, is committed to bringing more humanity and peace to life’s proceedings.As an accomplished poet, Lore is finally publishing her first collection titled ‘The Playground of Life’ a small book with a boundless and powerful big message.The poems in 'The Playground of Life' are mostly from personal experiences on reflection. It analyses life and relationships, especially, love. As some of the poems are written at different periods in the author's life the tone and mood changes to reflect that time and situation.Furthermore, because S.R.Lore grew up with a long-term health condition, she started exploring the meaning of life from a spiritual aspect from an early age. The poems also relate to the conflicted role that one has with oneself when it comes to spiritual matters which she call 'the war between the ego and the divine self'. “I, like millions, have always struggled in a battle between spirituality and the ego. While most let these forces pass them by, I saw it as the perfect topic to focus on through poetry,” explains Lore. “It carries a very transformative message that the world needs to hear, particularly at the current time when discord has never been more prevalent.”But Lore’s project is far from personal gain, as she proudly explains.“50% of each sale will be donated to the UCL Hospital and FareShare, two organizations that have benefited me personally yet suffer from a severe lack of funding.‘The Playground of Life’, from Spiderwize, http://amzn.to/1BPSWLW
Join Lady Destiny and Mistress Dax as they announce their first contest! What will you have to to win? What could you win? All will be revealed!
Continuing our topic from last week Lady Destiny and Mistress Dax will be talking about some Candle Magick Lore. They will also give a few tips they have learned over the years.
We will also have a special host on air to talk to us about their new show debuting next month.
Abiding Love Worship Center Ministries - What we are about. We are a ministry where the hurting, rejected, and turned-away find acceptance. In Christ misfits fit! We are an evangelistic ministry of real people reaching real people with the victory found in Jesus Christ! Real peo[le, real ministry!
Today we're joined by Tony LoRe author of In Progress. Yony is the president and founder of Youth Mentoring Connection, a non-profit youth services organization he founded in 2000 that brings caring adults into the lives of at risk youth in the Los Angeles area.
Tony is also the author of the nationally recognized “2 Minute Mentor Tips,” an e-mail campaign serving over 2000 mentors with on-going mentoring assistance/training.
In 1997, the Board of Communities in Schools in Los Angeles issued a challenge to “come and do your life’s work.” Tony heard the call and sold his business to dedicate his life to helping kids. He now spends all of his time and energy dedicated to connecting youth with mentors in their community with worksite mentoring programs with organizations such as HBO, Warner Bros. Studios, Rhino Records, Shout! Factory, and Paramount Studios.
Tony's website www.YouthMentoringConnection.org assists those who are looking to help keep children in school through youth mentoring. 90%.
Today, Tony will try to provide us with tips and infomation we can use to help stem the drop out rate including:
Five thing you can do to keep your child from dropping out of school
Five tips for keeping communication open with your teens
Five expectations parents should have of their child’s educators
Pagans Tonight radio Network presents:
8 pm CST: Circle Craft Study with Selena Fox: Broom Lore & Rites - Types of Brooms through the ages, history & lore plus some ways to work with them in household and community rituals.
Gods existed eons ago when the earth was a battlefield. Mighty armies clashed, led by giant warriors meticulously skilled in the art of combat. These wars would shape man's destiny and live on for centuries in legent, song and religious lore--brutal and terrible conflict that began lifetimes earlier on another planet.
Topic and discussion includes Pagan news items, dates of interest, and it's Sound Off Sunday! Your day and ours to vent and rant about what's bugging us. Share your opinion on news items or other thingies. Ask us questions about our beliefs, rituals, etc... Brenna Mar will also continue talking about Celtic Lore and maybe we'll add in some Hellenic aspects of mythological beings. Comments and questions from callers and chat room participants welcome! Let's Chat!
You've seen the Trailer, but have we seen the Trailer? Well, of couse we have! Jim, Mike and John all unpack the new Star Wars trailer, and reveal long lost secrets of Wonder Show Star Wars lore...
Topic and discussion includes Pagan news items, dates of interest, and after the break, gather around to hear tales, lore and mythology. The theme is Spring and you'll likely never hear the stories we tell quite the same way from anyone or anywhere else. Comments and questions from callers and chat room participants welcome! Let's Chat!
Hailing from the land of catfish, moonshine, and grits, Pat Fitzhugh is best known for his books about the history, legends, and lore of the American South. From the eerie swamps of Louisiana to the ghostly homes and misty mountains of Virginia, Fitzhugh's writing embodies the passions, fears, and tragedies of a region shrouded in mystery and rich in folklore. His reverence for the past and scholarly interest in the supernatural are strikingly evident in his style of writing, which not only tingles the spine, but exudes a profound sense of history and place. “I take yarns of history, legends, and tragedy, and I weave them into stories that not only entertain, but also shed light on the region's people and past. Tales of ghosts, haints, and spooks are often scary, but adding layers of history and culture creates a sense of realism that makes them even scarier.” Fitzhugh is currently working on the thirteenth anniversary edition of his popular title, The Bell Witch: The Full Account (Armand Press), which has become a staple of modern, history-based ghost research. When not writing books or telling stories, Pat Fitzhugh enjoys photography, eating Southern cuisine, playing loud guitars, and fishing at Turkey Creek.
On April 16th, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will review the new semi-biographical novel by fantasy grandmaster Michael Moorcock "The Whispering Swarm." This remarkable book should be of special interest to magicians and Hermetic students. Moorcock is the modern heir to the mantles of J.R.R. Tolkien, and Robert E.Howard. His fiction is deeply magical and steeped in Hermetic lore. The Whispering Swarm is somewhat experimental. His protagonist is himself and he tells his life story up to his passage from adolesence into adulthood through the entrance into a secret enclave in the multiverse, inhabited by historical and fictional characters he has read about. Raised in London during and after WWll, he discovers an ancient hidden medieval village called the Alsacia, or The Sanctuary, inhabited by magical monks in an old Abbey, a tavern full of swashbuckling cavaliers, including the Musketeers from Dumas and a glamorous Hughwaywoman called Molly Midnight. He also lives in the real world, having a wife and children and a job as an editor, but is driven to escape into The Sanctuary by the tumult of Whispering voices in his head (the Swarm). Most importantly it explores Moorcock's two warring personalities in emotional spiritual and political conflict. He is a romantic at heart and an agnostic socialist in intellect -- so he fights to save King Charles from Cromwell's Ax because his cavalier heroes need his abilities to walk between the worlds. One wonders all through the book, just how much of the fantasy is real, or a metaphor for reality. So, if you want to visit an adult's Land of Oz then follow us through the London fog to the hidden gates of the Sanctuary and we'll find the Swan with Two Necks tavern for a shant of ale and an hour of High Magical Adventure.