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The video has gone around the world. At the 107th Holy Convocation, Supt. Earl Carter preached a controversial message about sin and the alternative lifestyle. A young man took the courage to declare his deliverance and the world laughed at him. Do we owe him an apology? We are going to explore this situation and come to an understanding about this whole situation.
Join The Gist of Freedom with host Roy Paul as we welcome genealogist and activist, STELLA ANTLEY. www.blackHistoryBlog.com on iTunes WWW.BlackHistoryuniversity.com
Stella, the Great, Great Granddaughter of a survivor of slavery recently, recently received an Official Apology her ancestor's Slaver.
The enslaved woman's name was Charlotte McClee and she lived to the sage age of 111, AMAZING longevity for a survivor of slavery, and more amazing…. "I have a photo of her holding me as an infant, in a rare Black History 5 Generation "Freed," Post, ante-bellum former enslaved African's Family, all alive, and in tact at the same time."
"In this heirloom picture of the 5 Generations, shown and seated, are: My Mother, My Mother's Mother, My Mother's, Mother's Mother, And My Mother's, Mother's, Mother's, Mother, the "survivor of slavery" and me, I'm the 5th Generation, the Survivor's Great, Great"
This show is dedicated to …Four Survivors of Slavery, miraculously these Queens, are centenarians! They all lived to be 100+ years old! In 1916 the matriarchal heroines gathered at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation in Washington, DC. Tell their stories and say their names to your children… Annie Parram, 104; Anna Angales, 105; Elizabeth Berkeley, 125; and Sadie Thompson 110!
Listen to the ICC Morning Show as we give you the scoop on Chris Brown's unfortunate situation at the Canadian border, Naya Rivera's good news, and Giuliana Rancic's apology to Zendaya.
HI EVERY1 I MADE A MISTAKE YESTERDAY SAYING FUTURE WAS OLD! I WAS THINKING OF TWO CHAINS. AND EVEN HE ISNT OLD! HE'S JUST OLDER THAN THE ADVERAGE RAPPER IN WHICH MAKES HIM SEASONED ON MANY LEVELS! I LOVE BOTH MUSIC BUT WITH AGE COMES WISDOM. AND I RESPECT BOTH ARTIST KNOWLEDGE OF THE BUSINESS AN THEIR HOT MUSIC! AND I AM DEDICATING THIS SHOW TO "FUTURE" AS MY APOLOGY. PLEASE FORGIVE ME. AS I SAID LAST NIGHT I'M SORRY AND I HOPE THIS DOESNT AFFECT OUR "FUTURE" IN THIS BIZ.MY SINCERE APOLOGY... "SERENA"
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Transform your life one thought at a time with Dianne Rosena Jones, the Founder/CEO of Transforming Life Institute, LLC. Embrace your journey, release your pain, end your self-inflicted suffering by transforming your thoughts. Join this Transformational Life Teacher, Inspirational Speaker, Author of two books, and Metaphysical Psychology [Doctoral student] as she shares her own journey with transparency & reveal truths which will empower you to live life with Purpose, reach your Destiny, and Become Who God Created You To Be!!!
Join us this sunday as we discuss a recent article featured on Urban SocialitesColorless Words: The art of the apology and the communication breakdown.
Last Summer Pharrell Williams released the song Happy, which was on his highly anticipated 2013 album Girl but also featured on the Despicable Me 2 Soundtrack. This song defined a summer and bought the concept of intentional happiness to lives of many. On the other hand this song played so often that hearing it made some people want to do anything but be happy. Repetition can remove the passion from a song and too much repetition removes the color from the lyrics, ultimately becoming a series of colorless words. It can become this way with apologies as well. Hearing I am sorry over and over again hijacks our trust instincts, wears on your ability to authentically forgive and can force us to wonder if the apology is meaningful or a just another means to an end.
1) Say “I need to apologize”
It is important to actually apologize. Some people will try to avoid actually saying I’m sorry due to their egos. Apologizing is about suspending your ego.
2) “I am apologizing for …”
Being able to acknowledge verbally and describe your offense is true accountability. Practice separately step 1 and step 2 some people will have the tendency to mush these together but they should be practiced as two separate steps.
3) “Will you forgive me?”
It is critical that you ask to be forgiven this also reinforces that you are willing to be held accountable and it highlights that this about a relationship and not just one-person feelings.
4) “what can I do to atone for my mistake.”
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Today, we are continuing our discussion on the too often unused, underestimated, and unrealized power a couple has to heal their relationship; and that is the power of the aplology. We are not referring to the impotently generic apology, but we are addressing the powerful custom fit apologys elequently captured in the concepts known as the 5 Languages Of Apology.
For true healing in a relationship to truly take place, the method of apologizing is definately not one size fits all, in nature. There is a specific approach that each person's heart sincerely requires if there is any hope for healing to take place within the relationship.
Join us today on Help! Relationships 102, as we begin to scratch the surface as to what this looks like, in expressive detail.
Willie and Jim talk NFL playoffs, the down and out paths of the Raiders and 49ers, and apologize for the long time off.
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In this half hour episode, Susan Lager explores the benefits of an apology on both the wrongdoer as well as the impact on the wronged person in a hurtful situation or event.
She also touches upon the "How To" of an effective, heartfelt and impactful apology, drawing from her new book, "Become Relationship Smart Without A Lifetime of Therapy."
Tune in, or you may be sorry!
Join Bill Criss and Jared Welsh in this weekly all-sports show as the guys talk about all the hot topics in sports today. From athletes behaving badly to athletes doing good on and off the field we will talk about it all.
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