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  • 01:31

    Sweetness of Faith

    in Islam

    In this episode of Ummahaatul Ummah Show we will look at how we can taste that Sweetness of faith.

  • 00:31

    SRWM ~ Sweetness in my Sour Life

    in Blogs

    Sweetness in my Sour Life

    Have you ever had a season in your life where everything seem to be going wrong! Maybe you feel nothing ever goes right?

    Well today we are going to chat about Sweetness in our Sour Lives! Finding Peace, Contentment and Joy in the Sour. In other words Make Lemonaide out of LEMONS!

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  • 01:08

    Honeycomb Conversations... ** The Over Flow ...of Wisdom's Sweetness**

    in Spirituality


  • 03:03

    LIVE:A truly remarkable Reggae Star Ian Sweetness & Dancehall Queen Junie Ranks

    in Music

    A truly remarkable Reggae Star Ian Sweetness & Dancehall Queen Junie Ranks.

    Junie Ranks, the only female dee-jay with "Ranks" behind her name, not to be mistaken for Lady Junie. Many fans often think that they are one and the same but they are not. Lady Junie has now changed her name to Junie Platinum.  
    At a young age Junie Ranks fell head over heels in love with the dee-jaying fraternity of the reggae music industry and made constant strides to becoming better and better. Junie grew up listening to artists such as, Lady Ann, Sister Nancy, Jackie Statement, Sister Verna and Mama Liza.Junie did other tracks such as Big and Ready, Dibby Dibby Man, Naw Stop Ge Bun, Sweetest Girl a combination with Wayne Wonder, Lick Out 'Gainst De Man Dem and Sea of Love featuring John Mouse which went to number one in Canada in 1990, and give her the Female D.J. of the Year title in that country. She did tracks like Entertainer Party, Dream of Me with Jimmy London and the list goes on.

    Ian Sweetness is one of reggae music's current honey flavored singers. Ian Sweetness skillfully balances R&B/Hip Hop/soul with a lovers reggae groove.

  • 00:32


    in Politics

    "I believe in God, who made of one blood all nations that on earth dwell. I believe that all men, black and brown and white are brothers, varying through time and opportunity, in from a gift and feature, but differing in no essential particular, and alike in soul and the possibility of infinite development. Especially do I believe in the Negro race: in the beauty of genius, the sweetness of its soul, and its strength in that meekness which shall inherit this turbulent earth.  I believe in Pride of race and lineage and self: in pride of self so,deep as a scorn injustice to other selves; in pride of lineage so great as to despise no man's father; in pride of race so chivalrous as neither to offer bastardized to the weak nor beg wedlock of the strong, knowing that men may be brothers in Christ, even though they be not brothers in - Law.  I believe in Service --humble, reverent service, from the blackening of boots to the whitening of souls; for work is Heaven, Idleness Hell, and Wage is "Well done!" Of the Master, who summoned all them that labor and are heavy laden, making no distinction black sweating cotton hands or Georgia and the first families of Virginia, since all distinction not based on deeds is devilish and not divine.  I believe in the Devil and his angels, who want only work to the narrow opportunity for struggling human beings, especially if they be black; who spit in the faces of the fallen, strike them that cannot strike again, believe the worst and work to prove it. Hating the image which their Maker stamped on a brother's soul."

  • 02:01

    Trumpets 2014 Sweetness n Joy Pt1 Remnant Battle Lines

    in Religion

    Trumpets 2014 Sweetness n Joy Pt1 | Show ID#090914-trumpets-2014


    “blowing of Trumpets”: Trumpets 

    terah: acclamation of joy, blowing of trumpets, rejoicing, sound, high, joyful

    When Israel went into captivity into Babylon they adapted the Babylonian months into their own calendar. Before captivity, they used numbers for the months.  Originally, it was the “blowing of Trumpets”, a Shabbat, a memorial, a holy convocation.

    Today they celebrate Rosh Hashanah in Tisheri, a Babylonian month adapted by Israel; and made it into the New Year.  Rosh Hoshanah means "first of the year" or "head of the year". 

    WIBR/WARN Ministry sites: www.warn-radio.com  www.warn-usa.com  www.wingswatchman.org www.dday4america.com


  • 02:31

    ODWIRA: NETCHEM: Pleasure in the Spirit-Realm - Implications for Warfare

    in Education

    In this episode of ODWIRA, we address the nature of netchem (netchem), pleasure in the spirit-realm. The term netchem (nedjem, ndjem, ntem) in Khanit and Kamit, ode and odede in Akan, references 'sweet', 'sweetness', 'pleasure', etc. In Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion and Culture we recognize the reality of life after the the event of death. The existence in the Ancestral realm is reflected in the dream-state. Just as we have pleasurable experiences in the dream-state, so do we have pleasurable experiences and can have a pleasurable life in the Ancestral realm. This reality is key with regard to the motivation to execute Revolution-Resolution.

    When Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) engage the Nananom Nsamanfo (Spiritually Cultivated Ancestresses and Ancestors) ritually, we come to recognize the kind of life they have and live in the Ancestral realm. For many potential akofo (warriors/warrioresses) the false notion that a pleasurable existence ends with physical death becomes the only roadblock towards their execution of Revolution-Resolution. However, once properly informed this roadblock is removed, for the misguided fear of death and its aftermath is eradicated. Such akofo are thus emboldened to execute Revolution-Resolution for they know that if they die in the process, they can have a pleasurable existence in the Ancestral realm which cannot be interrupted as long as they exist as Nananom Nsamanfo (Spiritually Cultivated Ancestresses and Ancestors).

    We examine oiur publications:


    UBEN-HYENG The Ancestral Summons



    Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan

    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu 

    Akwamu Nation in North America


  • 00:51

    Talk Positive and Sweet to Me

    in Music

    Using positive and sweet talk can be the answer to getting everything you desire. It has been said, you can get more flies with honey than you can with vineagar. Our words are powerful and when we use the right words,some how the right buttons are pushed. When was the last time you said, "Honey", "baby", or "darling" .... Like that spoon full of sugar that helps the medicine go down, flowery words help the sting of an unwanted request or a painful yet truthful or criticizing comment.

    Let's try using more love in our words and maybe then our actions will follow. This will be an hour program tonight. 

    Starting at 9:00pm - 10:00 pm on the Caribbean Radio Show. com All the best of love and life.

    BMichelle and Professor D



  • 00:43

    Surviving and Thriving: How to Get Through Difficult Times

    in Books

    April 30, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio

    THEME: Surviving and Thriving: How to Get Through Difficult Times

    INTERVIEW GUEST: Myra Jolivet

    Myra Jolivet currently serves as Vice President of Public Affairs for MLS Listings, Inc. She is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area with colorful Louisiana Creole roots. She began writing stories as soon as she was able to master the big pencil and wide lines. For more than a decade, Myra was an award-winning television news reporter and anchor, covering local and national stories. She is also the author of "Pushed Times, Chewing Pepper." The book is described as a fast-paced, crime-mystery thriller that gives an insightful peek into the Louisiana-Creole culture and the transformation of Sarah,the main character.


    Most of us consider ourselves ordinary people capable of doing ordinary things in life. But, life is a series of peaks and valleys. Sometimes we are up, sometimes we are down.  This is considered normal. But, what happens when our lives are no longer ordinary and difficult times really set in? The most common advice is not to dwell in silence. According to Wendy Mogel, PhD, a clinical psychologist based in Los Angeles and the author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee, "Obstacles, setbacks, and losses are a vital part of experiencing the fullness, and even sweetness of life."  However, sometimes in order to survive and thrive, we must also find a way to "push" ourselves through difficult times in our life. In her new novel, Myra Jolivet eloquently tells a suspense-filled story, wrapped around a Creole expression, "pushed times make a monkey chew pepper."

  • 02:16

    KMnm/Its ok, the unknown will always be.....

    in Religion

    We move from on sphere to the next, not knowing what to espect. Just when we believe we have a moment to rest from previous trials, boom, up comes something else, sometimes entirely different from the last.  It's ok though.  You see, nothing goes unnoticed by The Creator, who never sleeps, slumber nor even tires.  We, who put our trust in that ONE, is alright with every new trial.  The answers are always just a smell away, so to sspeak, smile.  You have got to love this precious life, yes, the sweetness of the spirit to struggle and meet the challenges with a smile and a strong constitution!!!

  • 02:01

    Trumpets 2014 Sweetness n Joy Pt2 on Remnant Battle Lines Prophectic End of days

    in Religion

    Trumpets 2014 Sweetness n Joy Pt2 | Show ID#091614-trumpets-2014-pt2


    Trumpets or as many call it Rosh Hashana begins this week with Part two. We see that the feasts are established as His word is Established. The Lord is faithful, he rules, the Holy one of Israel is our King! The Joyful blowing of the shofar announces that kingdom for all to hear and to see.

    But Trumpets is also a warning to all that this sounding will bring the Lord of Glory and he will bring all men before him in judgment. But through Yeshua, we have Hope; In Christ; the anointed one of God, we have redemption. When the Trumpets sound, we do not fear; we rejoice and are called home to be with him.  Trumpets at this time of its sounding are a joyful sound to those who love God and know him through his Son Jesus Christ.


    Psa 89:1-2 KJV

    1  Maschil of Ethan the Ezrahite. I will sing of the mercies of the LORD for ever: with my mouth will I make known thy faithfulness to all generations.

    2  For I have said, Mercy shall be built up for ever: thy faithfulness shalt thou establish in the very heavens.

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