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Living life in full bloom means living with hope and purpose, with imagination and vision—in a way that honors the Earth, the spirit, and one another. In Living Life in Full Bloom: 120 Daily Practices to Deepen Your Passion, Creativity & Relationships, Elizabeth Murray encourages and nurtures listeners to explore four inspirational pathways—the Gardener, Artist, Lover, and Spirit-Weaver—to fulfill their heartfelt dreams, find their soul’s mission, connect to what has meaning, and realize their full potential to reinvent their life and community.
As Gardeners, listeners will learn to cultivate their intimacy with nature, deepen, and grow; as Artists, listeners will expand their creativity and imagination with playful curiosity and delight; as Lovers, listeners will learn to lead with the heart and commit to what they cherish; and as Spirit-Weavers, they’ll practice mindfulness and establish personal rituals and celebrations to express your blessings and gratitude. As listeners follow each guided practice, they’ll discover ways to nurture interpersonal connections, find meaning and fulfillment in their busy life, unearth talents and gifts, and live joyously with their heart wide open.
About the Author: Elizabeth Murray is a writer, photographer, and motivational speaker, and best known for assisting in the restoration of Monet’s gardens and photographing them annually for the past 28 years. In 2012, Murray’s photography was shown alongside Monet’s paintings at the New York Botanical Garden. She has an active lecture and class schedule and is invited to speak and teach around the world. She lives a life filled with creativity and joy in Monterey, CA.
Today Vic and Jerry open up the phone lines and ask the questions, is DeMarco Murray better in Chip Kelly's system than LeShaun McCoy? Is Darren Mcfadden better in Dallas's O than Murray? Is he even a sutable replacement for Murray? This and a look at all of the moves that took place this week in the NFL, their fantasy impact, and who is going to go where in the upcoming weeks. This and a lot more, dial 347-637-3220 and press 1 to talk or stay on the line to just listen.
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It's "the Converstion" w. hosts Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey. Our show is designed to inspire positive thought and action. And we do that by interviewing some amazing people around the World from many different backgrounds. Tonight's line up includes:
Andy Allo- Cameroonian born singer who's performed background on Prince's tour and was a member of New Power Generation joins us to talk about her newest project "Hello"...
Cynthia Holiday- Jazz/Blues singer performing old standards and originals alike. Here today to talk about her journey and her recent live recording at the historic "Birdland" club in NYC
Arno Michaelis- He was once one of the founders of the largest skinhead organization in the World and leader of hate rock band "Centurian" our guest Arno Michaelis now is a race Activist and author of the book "My Life After Hate"....
All this and more!!!
HBO World Championship Boxing was live from the Salle des Étoiles in Monte Carlo, Monaco as Gennady “GGG” Golovkin was set to defend his WBA and interim WBC middleweight titles against Martin Murray in a bout scheduled for 12 rounds. Murray was supposed to test Golovkin and finally provide a test for “GGG,” who has run through his opposition—riding an 18 KO/TKO streak heading into the fight.
Last time Murray was headlining an HBO WCB broadcast he was in Argentina, and he was on the bad side of a controversial unanimous decision loss to the lineal middleweight champion, at the time, Sergio Martinez. Since the loss, Murray has won 4 in a row, albeit against softer opposition.
Still, Murray appeared like a legitimate test for Golovkin or at least the best fighter heading into a bout with actual momentum.
Golovkin started out the fight in his typical fashion and didn’t rush in there, especially when you consider the way other fighters with the same kind of power typically do. Instead, Golovkin was methodical and tried gauging openings opposed to jumping on his opponent.
Murray utilized a mixture of punches, but mostly stayed in the same style. Still, Murray found success in brief spots with jabs to the body and overhands, nothing landed flush, and it was always one shot at a time.
Golovkin finally landed a decent shot to close out the first round; it was enough to show Murray his power and win him a slow round.
The second round was much better for Murray, who made it a point to get off first and disrupt Golovkin’s approach. Murray won the round by keeping “GGG” from sitting down on his punches and landing more than one shot at a time.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Dr. Paul Murray to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the journey in his life that led to the writing of the book BROKEN, and what he hopes readers are able to learn about the importance of picking up the pieces after a fall.
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, March 23rd at 7pm Eastern, as they welcome Libertarian Andy Craig who is running to represent Wisconsin's 4th Congressional district in the 2016 election. Andy will talk to us about his personal fight with the FDA, his 2016 campaign, and much more. And your hosts will have a lot to discuss as well. Tune in for a great evening of libertarian political talk. Feel free to call in with your thoughts and questions. The call in number for the show is: (347)-994-2949.