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  • 00:03

    sweet inspiration'''poem of survival

    in Poetry

    reading poem

  • 00:40

    Charlie Chaplin's Poem

    in Education

    Signs of living against my own truth, how it might offend someone when I am walking in my own power. How would I feel when I love myself. Acceptance of good things occuring in my life, only do what brings me joy and happiness. Bringing simplicity to my life. As a listener what are some of the things you've done to bring peace and serenity into your life. Were there sacrifices? Every story is a good story, join us and tell us yours.

  • 00:28

    Open Book: "The Crucifixion Poem" by Steve Turner

    in Spirituality

    Rock journalist Steve Turner turns a serious eye on Holy Week with a poem that's sure to challenge your perception of the crucifixion. How are we complicit in Jesus' death? What significance does this death have for us today? And how are we to cope when we feel abandoned by our loving God? Join Lori and Alice as they discuss all this and more! There's no better way to embrace Holy Week!

  • 00:22

    Veterans With Epilepsy - POEM Study

    in Health

    In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews John Hixson, MD about the Policy for Optimal Epilepsy Management (POEM) study.


    The overall goal of the study is to improve the self-management practices of U.S. Veterans with epilepsy such as tracking seizures, managing medications and side effects, and engaging with other people with similar concerns about their condition. The results of the study were presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology.

  • 00:14

    Part Two: Golf Tip Four, Eggs Benedict Pie, Peeled Onion Dream, and Barry White

    in Entertainment

    Here you'll learn Gold Tip Four and ask "Whatever Ever Happened To Golf Tip Number Three and Golf Tip Number Two?" But we also offer the strange history of Eggs Benedict — not invented by Benedict Arnold — give you a poem, and remind you of that time you were happy, just driving along, and that certain song came on the radio to ruin it all. Here's the poem:


    Peeled Onion Dream Pie


    “Just peel the onion,” you told me. “Peel back the
    layers and see what you find.” “Nothing,” I replied,
    but I was wrong. Nothing was just what I found 
    there at that very particular point in time.


    Now I know an onion is full of space, and space 
    of course is full of stars. So let’s talk about 
    observation, seeing time move, and wondering when  
    and how simple viewing snaked its way through
    the amygdala to turn itself into critical thinking. 


    To make this pie, I suggest you start out with one
    perfectly large, unfathomably sweet Vidalia onion.
    Peel it back until you all you can see is stars, motion,
    and mathematics. Opine to your heart’s desire.


    Percolate. Steep overnight. Reflect. And finally
    inject just a drop or two of raw emotion to give it 
    that special zip. Spread this filling warm over a thick 
    skin of bread dough and caramelized minced onion.


    Bake in a wood-fired adobe oven in the darkest heart 
    of night just north of Nogales while you sing arias with    
    wild coyotes and breathe in the same stars that I 
    alone could not see inside the onion. 


    Serve in a paper bag. 


    Try to think your way out of it.

  • 01:10

    its the d420Show 308

    in Comedy

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    Antlive: Poem Brake, Mega Bud bakes


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  • 01:59

    Code Connection - Medieval Chants and Celtic Music With Katy Taylor

    in Spirituality

    Jesse interviews Katy Taylor - who performs original and medieval chant and song that weaves celtic ornamentation with haunting, mystical invocations and prayers.Katy started with school talent shows and singing in chorus, school musicals, and church choirs. During a study-abroad opportunity in Austria in her undergrad years, she acquired a taste for medieval music by singing with Vienna's St. Augustine Church Choir.  While living in Vermont in the 90’s, Katy toured with the group Northern Harmony in the United States, Canada, England, and Europe, performing traditional music of all kinds and singing with Peter and Mary Alice Amidon and Tony Barrand. She also sang with the eclectic, traditional music group, the Bayley-Hazen Singers, and with Anima, a medieval women's ensemble.  Anima first introduced Katy to the music of 12th c. German mystic Hildegard von Bingen.  Katy has recorded 4 of her own CDs, including a Mass commissioned by the Foundation for Universal Sacred Music.  Katy sings to feel connected to Truth, Source, the Divine, however you name that. She doesn’t sit down to compose, but often from the inspiration of a poem or a prayer, music rises up within her to become a song. For her, to sing is to channel her particular expression of the Divine into the world.  Learn more about Katy at http://www.katytaylor.com/ and http://www.thewingedheart.net/


     


    Website:  www.jesseannnicholsgeorge1.com

  • 02:01

    RRR Tales from the Pages Presents Phillip Matthew Roberts and Nicholas Maze

    in Books

    On Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 4PM EST I have the pleasure of presenting returning guest, esteemed poet and author, Phillip Matthew Roberts. Mr. Roberts has published the acclaimed book, Lost and Found, which contains poetry which as one reviewer said, "..speaks to your senses, your outlook on life, your own life, your philosophies, your principles and prejudices, and so many other aspects of what defines our existence, sometimes all in the same poem." Despite such reviews, Mr. Roberts is humble and a gentleman. He will be joined by his publisher, Susan Joyner Stumpf, who will discuss how this amazing book came to pass. On the same show I am pleased to be welcoming Nicholas Maze, who has written The White Collar Woman series. The last book has recently been published and we will discuss how he came to writing and why he wrote this series. I am always saying that my shows are not to be missed, but I would urge you to listen to this one. I don't think you will be sorry. 

  • 01:00

    power of perception writers with DeBorah

    in Motivation

    DeBorah is a retired homeschooler who writes poetry that is published on several web sites over the internet including naturalpoetess.com. Currently DeBorah is writing a book about her NDE and how anyone can use the power of gratitude and positive spiritual affirmations to not only change their consciousness but heal those hidden scars. During her reign as Miss Wheelchair Ohio 1997 she spent time advocating for moms and  all persons with disabilities. She was interviewed by her local media and several magazines some of which you can still find online such as New Mobility magazine. DeBorah has appeared on Huffington Post and  is on the cover of Accent on Living magazine. Currently DeBorah can be heard weekly on a  talkshoe radio show entitled the Indigo room. You can also hear her poetry on Speakeasy Cafe, hear her many interviews, laugh with her on every third Friday of the month on Get answers to life's questions as she is a certified laughter Yoga leader and hear her voice over work on several radio  shows all here on Blog Talk Radio. You can also find her poetry on inspirational storytellers.com Cosmo funnell.com and poem of the week. Co.Uk and articles that she has written on for Harriet.com good enough and Purpose Fairy.com with more 

  • 00:29

    Joy Keys chats with Poet Yolanda Wisher

    in Current Events

    Yolanda Wisher is the 2016-2017 Poet Laureate of the City of Philadelphia. Wisher is the author of Monk Eats an Afro and the co-editor of Peace is a Haiku Song. 


    Her work has appeared in Ploughshares, Fence, Chain, MELUS, and GOOD Magazine and the anthologies Gathering Ground and The Ringing Ear. 


    Wisher is a 2016 Hedgebrook Writer-in-Residence, 2015 Pew Fellow, Center for Performance and Civic Practice Catalyst Initiative grantee (2015), Leeway Art & Change Award recipient (2008), and the inaugural Montgomery County Pennsylvania Poet Laureate (1999). 


    She holds an M.A in English/Creative Writing-Poetry from Temple University and a B.A. in English/Black Studies from Lafayette College. Wisher founded and directed the Germantown Poetry Festival (2006-2010) and served as Director of Art Education for the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (2010-2015). 


    She currently works as Chief Rhapsodist of Wherewithal for the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture. 

  • 00:44

    Meet An Aspiring Author

    in Spirituality

    Please be sure to join me on tomorrow at 6pCST only on:
    AlfredaLoveShow.Com--My guest will be:Ms.Wattley
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    Linda Diane Wattley, who is a published writer who began her first work of art with poetry. The poem, "I Wish" appeared in the Poetry Gem of the American Poets Society. For over twelve years she had her own religious/philosophical column in the Frost Illustrated Newspaper titled "The Best Will Show Themselves". In her weekly column, Wattley shared a unique voice revealing her understanding of the heart of God. Heading into her thirteenth year of writing, she realized God had imparted a message to her to share with the world. This message was founded on love and God's desire for His people to know Him individually and wholeheartedly. Knowing the power of words, she writes for readers to experience instant spiritual transformation.
    Wattley established her spiritual foundation based on Mat 6:33: But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. With this in mind, she acquired knowledge pertaining to God and spiritual matters by reading over a thousand books and counting and of course first and foremost the Bible. Along with this personal search of knowledge, she attended the University of Akron studying courses in Psychology, Sociology and Writing. Her greatest accomplishment is her satisfaction of knowing she was obedient to God.
    Wattley has appeared as a contributed writer for the online magazines including: Faith Writers, The Wright Side of Me Productions, The Blessed Room and Cheers where she shared Inspirational and thought provoking messages to readers. She is also a contributing of anthologies: The Triumph of My Soul edited by Elissa Gabriel and This Far by Faith with Vanessa Miller as editor.