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We live in a world that hates Truth and avoids it all costs. It is very unrealistic to think that something is just going to magically go away with no effort on the person responsible. This message will confront and give you no place to hide. Aren't you tired of being an under dog Christian? No more procrastinating! No more blaming! You want to be an overcomer? Tune in to the "Stand in the Fire" broadcast Friday at 11:00a.m.,EST on blog talk radio. The grass withereth, the flower fadeth, but the Word of our God shall stand forever! Isaiah 40:8
The politics of ethnic avoidance -- how elected officials of one ethnic group limit their policy activity that is acutely useful to that same one -- is today’s topic.
Much has been made of Barack Obama’s ascension to the presidency as a marker in American race relations. There were lurking questions among some of his conservative critics who argued that he would show favoritism to African Americans. Two generations ago, however, more than a few observers raised similar questions about another American ethnic, Senator John F. Kennedy, as he sought the presidency. Would Kennedy, as President, take orders from the Vatican? My guest today has recently published a book that compares these two historical presidential campaigns and offers some interesting thoughts on what they say about America. Robert C. Smith is Professor of Political Science at San Francisco State University and the author of numerous books and articles on various angles of American politics. His latest is John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama, and the Politics of Ethnic Incorporation and Avoidance.
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How often do we disagree with another or just find that we somehow created conflict in a relationship? I happens more oftern than we like to think! We find ourselves traveling new paths in order to "avoid" the person we seem to not be seeing "eye to eye" with at the moment. We fear any contact with that other individual and find ourselves "ostriching" the situation and sticking our head in the sand in hopes of the situation going away. Well...that really isn't the answer! Let's discuss the Art of handling this conflict! Remember....this is Mastering Life's Simplicity, so let's look at some simple solutions! Please email us at email@example.com or call in during the show! You can also live chat or leave a message with us at www.thetajlgroup.com, just click on the Chat Now button at the top of the website page! With your examples, we can help you and others find simple forward moving solutions to realtionship conflict. Together we can learn to Avoid Avoidance! We TRULY want to help YOU....PLEASE CALL US and WE can help you DISCOVER YOUR SIMPLE SOLUTION!!!
Hello! I'm Robin Guayasamin- Salerno, the host of "One-Heart Messages with Robin", offering my weekly radio program to discuss spiritual healing messages from the world of animals Spirit and your own intuitive abilities.
In with the New Year, 2015- the Year of Possibilities! Tonight we will start off 2015 with Part one of "Walk the Path of Purpose 2015"- what are you avoiding/denying/procrastinating handling in your life? Spirit and our "animal family" move with purpose to guide us along our way. What is holding you back from achieving your Life purpose? Are you avoiding a commitment to yourself? Call in tonight at(646) 649-0027 for messages from Spirit on how to release what you may be avoiding!
I am available for further in-depth consultations by phone; you can reach me by calling (262) 501-4838 or throught my website, www.robinsalerno.com.
Robin is a native-american psychic-medium and animal intuitive who was raised in the historic village of Lily Dale, NY, in a family of mediums. Robin has spent the last twenty years teaching and lecturing on various metaphyical subjects throughout the mortheast and Midwest US. Today, she is the director of Innersongs, LLC., outside of Milwaukee, WI, where she teaches classes in mediumship development and workshops using the wisdom of horses and nature for self- discovery and healing.
Ever wonder why we as human beings get so easily distracted? We should thoroughly enjoy our "stuff", but when we let it distract us, that's a problem. It serves to distract us because of what we are trying to avoid and this avoidance is keeping us from everything that will enrich us, fulfill us, and open us to our potential. We'll talk all about it in this show and we hope you'll enjoy the broadcast.
When it is time to have a difficult conversation with someone, do you jump in and do it, or do you practice avoidance and hope it will fix itself? Having an uncomfortable conversation with someone can be a nerve racking, emotionally draining, upseting experience, but it does not have to be. I will share tools and tips to handle these situations with grace and to get results.
With all the chaos and upheaveal we are all experiencing this year, having this skill is priceless. We are in a world of constant communication, some of it positive and some of it not so much. Knowing when to have a conversation and when to practice the fine art of keeping your mouth shut is also priceless.
I will teach you all this and more.
Folks in this episode of the Christian Warrior network the Oblong Table Crew will discuss anger but, in a unique classification of it. that being as it relates to avoidance
The biblical reference to this topic will be from the book of Colossians Chapter 3, Verse 8.
So make sure to log in to this segment of the Christian Warrior Network here on the Holy See of Antioch Celtic Cross Radio Network Saturday at 6:00 PM (EST) on Blog Talk Radio
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder occurs when a person is exposed to one or more traumatic events, such as sexual assault, warfare, serious injury, or threats of imminent death. The diagnosis may be given when a group of symptoms, such as disturbing recurring flashbacks, avoidance or numbing of memories of the event, and hyperarousal, continue for more than a month after the occurrence of a traumatic event. Most people having experienced a traumatizing event will not develop PTSD. People who experience assault-based trauma are more likely to develop PTSD, as opposed to people who experience non-assault based trauma such as witnessing trauma, accidents, and fire events. Children are less likely to experience PTSD after trauma than adults, especially if they are under ten years of age. War veterans are commonly at risk for PTSD. Tonite, we will discuss the issue from a veterans view point. We will be joined by the CEO of the ARS BELLUM FOUNDATION. Bridget Cronin. She will discuss how the foundation is helping many veterans and their families.
This show is sponsored by studentsforabetterfuture.comhttp://www.studentsforabetterfuture.com
hosts Doreen Finkle and Reuben Torres
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that often develops as the result of experiencing traumatic events, such as sexual assault, warfare, serious injury, or threats of imminent death. Disturbing recurring flashbacks, avoidance or numbing of memories of the event, and hyper-arousal are some of its associated symptoms.
Join Dr. Sadigh and his special guest, Durdane Aghayeva, and explore an incredible story of survival amid traumatic suffering. Durdane was only 20 years of age when she was injured and captured while trying to escape the most atrocious massacre in recent Azerbaijani history, the Khojaly massacre, in 1992. She has spent many years developing the courage and healing necessary to share her story. Hear firsthand what she has experienced and what has made it possible for her to survive such intense trauma.
Another dimension of Durdane’s unique story is the connection between the Jewish and Azerbaijani communities. Some people have never heard of Azerbaijan; a unique Muslim country that celebrates thousands of years of positive and respectful co-existence with Jewish residents, and 20 years of diplomacy with Israel. Azerbaijani people, like Jews and some other ethnicities, have experienced horrible tragedies. Emily Pflaster, a visionary leader who is building connection between the Jewish and Azerbaijani communities, joins Durdane in creating an enormous potential for peace, friendship and healing.
Bible/Quran Trick: The Poor Black God vs. The Rich White Devil
Every human being consists of two different selves with diametrically opposed world views and goals. One we know well: our familiar, day-to-day self; identified with a body, a personality and a life story; intent on survival, pleasure, and avoidance of pain. This is the ego-self. The other we know less well—to our detriment. It is our true Self, the Self we all share as Spirit, the one that God created in God’s Image: eternal, complete and perfectly loving.
Join us as we explore the nature of these two selves using the teachings of A Course in Miracles and the parable of Moses and Pharaoh described in From Plagues to Miracles.
ACIM: Workbook Lessons 95 and 110, Workbook Part II, Section 6 (“What is the Christ?”) and Clarification of Terms: Sections 2 and 6. From Plagues to Miracles: Chapters 1-3 (and beyond)
These segments are presented in Virtual Class format. Dr. Bob will give a brief discourse and after some discussion, listeners are invited to call in with their questions. To participate, dial (347) 934-0751 and Press 1.
A student of the Course since before it was published, Dr. Bob was a close personal friend of Bill Thetford, Ph.D. (Co-Scribe of ACIM) and has served on the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Inner Peace, publisher of the Course, since 1992. He is a board-certified psychiatrist in private practice near Princeton, New Jersey and authored From Plagues to Miracles: The Transformational Journey of Exodus, From the Slavery of Ego to the Promised Land of Spirit. The book interprets the Biblical story of Exodus as it pertains to the workings of the ego.
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