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Title: Underground Wednesday with Special Guest Shae Mill
Born into a musical family it comes as no surprise that Shannan “Shae Mill" Miller has chosen to pursue a career in music. According to this multi-talented lover of the arts, she has been surrounded by music since birth. Her grandma said that before Shae could talk she use to hum herself to sleep. When she was a little girl her mother sang and played the guitar, and was a member of a band. Her father also played the guitar as well as drums. Shae fondly remembers accompanying her mother to many of her band rehearsals. Her grandmother was the choir director at church. Music was always present in the house as her grandfather, an avid vinyl records collector, and her aunt use to play a wide range of music at home such as Rock Steady, Reggae, Dancehall, Country, Gospel, Latin, Jazz, Blues, Soul, R&B and Disco.
It wasn't long before Shae began to sing in church. She was so little at the time that she had to stand on a chair during her performances. She credits her family for the development of her talent in her earlier years. By the time she was in the third grade she was singing at concerts, weddings and school events. After high school, Shae Mill went on to Northern Caribbean University (NCU). While in college she met a fellow student by the name of Jermaine T-One Hamilton. T-One was also very involved in music and encouraged Shae to learn audio engineering and practice making beats. She did just that.
Since then Shae Miller has worked with other producers, artistes and production houses. She has done background vocals for several established artistes. She has also added songwriting to her list of talents and has
Wassup ladies and gents, It's ya one and only Queen Mzchoclit making it do what it do on Monday Madness. There are hot topics from week to week surrounding everyday Madness, Importance, Laughter, and oh yes, grown, sexy and more. Tonight we have a contest between the Kings & Queens of Boom "The Best Momma Jokes". Yep we gon see who gon come hard or go home. Who will make everyone ctfu or boooooo them off the phone. LOL Monday Madness will be turnt up so I'm interested in seeing who gon get braggin rights. LOL Make sure u call in tonight you dont want to miss out. Nothing but Fun Fun Fun! See you there!
Catch Vixen J, Phaze and El Cannon Boom Boom are back. After the Bridges burnt last week with Shawn Prime. This week a new direction comes along.
Discussion on WWE Wrestlemania, Axlemania, and of course movies music and the best in cosplay and special guests coming up for Florida Supercon. They will also talk about TV shows like the Walking Dead, Comic Book Men and Gotham.
And with a special guest on the show D1PW Owner and Promoter Bobby Rodgers.
in Self Help
Did you or do you suffer from a debilitating illness, a challenging injury, or crippling accident?
Have you tried everything, and yet a complete healing does not occur?
Did you ever consider there may be a soul story to your physical ailment … a soul memory that needs to be cleared?
Your body does not lie and your soul speaks to you through symptoms.
Are you willing to be conscious enough to translate its language so you can respond?
In the month of March, as part of my FREE, 2015 Conscious Living Series, I use my three blog talk radio broadcasts to explore the metaphors of illnesses, injuries and accidents. I share my story and offer methods and tapping sequences for you to learn how to translate the messages from your soul.
Today I share my own amazing journey about how the soul memory associated with a life-changing accident emerged 40 years later demanding resolution before my body could heal. For free worksheet and notices of future broadcasts sign up for my eblasts at www.EFTForYourInnerChild.com
To schedule your FREE 15-minute Assessment, please call me directly at 612.710.7720.
For information on the 2013, 2014, and 2015 Conscious Living Series, please visit my website at www.EFTForYourInnerChild.com
“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” ~Mahatma Gandhi
and in visions of what could have been if I hadn’t been wronged. I blamed someone else for the life I didn’t have, and felt vindicated in the soul-sucking resentment I carried around from day to day.
I realize it makes less compelling writing to talk so generally, but these stories aren’t only mine to tell. They involve someone I love and have since forgiven. So perhaps the kindest thing I can do both for them and me is not retell the story, but instead create a new one: a story about letting go.
It’s a hard thing to do—to completely let go of something painful and forgive the person who may or may not have realized what they did. At my angriest point, I was convinced the person who hurt me did it with full intention and cruelty. I felt not a shred of compassion; just unadulterated pain and rage.
Then I realized, unless someone is a sociopath, they are rarely without feeling. And if they’ve hurt another person, even if their ego prevents them from admitting it, odds are they feel remorse on some level.
No one is purely bad, and everyone carries their own pain which influences the decisions they make. This doesn’t condone their thoughtless, insensitive, or selfish decisions, but it makes them easier to understand.
After all, we’ve all been thoughtless, insensitive, and selfish at times. Usually, we have good intentions.
And for the most part, we all do the best we can from day to day—even when we hurt someone; even when we’re too stubborn, ashamed, or in denial to admit the hurt we’ve caused.
So how do you forgive someone when every fiber of your being resists? How do you look at them lovingly when you still have the memory of their unloving action?
Tonight's Show is going to contain a few topics. Family, Friends, Kids, Significant Others and more. How do they influence your life? Do the people that's close to you opinions of you matter to you? Do you think the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. It's Round Table Talk so let's TALK ABOUT IT.
Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio™ believes in giving voice to those afflicted with the cognitive impairment and their care partners while empowering them to live purpose filled lives. Our goal is to raise awareness, give hope, and share the real everyday life of living with dementia. We look forward to you joining us for great conversation, learning, and laughter as we maneuver this roller coaster called memory loss.
Today will will hear about a Dementia Friendly Initiative, from Memory Matters which is a community-based, non-profit organization which strives to be a center of excellence for persons with Alzheimer's and all forms of dementia and their families. They provide daycare programs, support services and education in a compassionate and dignified manner.
For more information on Dementia and Caregiving visit Alzheimers Speaks Resource Website..
To betray a trust is to surrender information about a situation or a person to another person. To betray a friendship is to give up a friend and separate from someone who has built a relationship in your life. To betray a marriage is to break a vow that was made between the husband and the wife. Betrayal is very difficult to overcome, as it breaks the trust that bonds relationships.
When a person is betrayed, then the betrayer has surrendered information that was given in trust, operating and exposing his or her friend's heart during the friendship. If a known enemy works against us we have little concern for the enemy's opinions, as the old expression says, "There was no love lost," because there was never a relationship or friendship from the beginning. Throughout his lifetime David experienced the knife of betrayal after several of his closest friends turned against him.
The root cause of betrayal is offense. The Greek word for offend is skandalizo and means, "to set a trap to ensnare something." We derive the word scandal from this word. A scandal occurs when a person or persons betray the trust and confidence of others through words or actions.
Some of America's most noted national scandals are the Watergate break-in under the Nixon administration, the moral failure of President Bill Clinton, and the incident that was classified by many as a cover-up that occurred when Americans were killed in Libya in late 2012.
When you become offended, unless you check your attitude, forgive and move forward, you will begin a betrayal process. Suddenly that best friend becomes a worst enemy, your cherished memories are willfully erased from the hard drive of your memory bank, and the secrets entrusted to each other are now openly discussed with others using this previously unknown information as a weapon.
Three strong women whose books bring strong, diverse women from history to life. That's who we feature on this episode of the Literary New England Radio Show. Join us for compelling interviews and book giveaways as host Cindy Wolfe Boynton talks with:
Allison Pataki on The Accidental Empress
Hazel Gaynor on A Memory of Violets
Marci Jefferson on Girl on the Golden Coin
If you can't listen live, be sure to download the episode as an iTunes podcast or stream from the Literary New England Radio Show archives.
Come and join the hottest topics being discussed. We want to know what makes you want to spazz on dat azz. Free roasts live. Topic of discussions will be, E-relationships, hating on each other over men/women, minding others business, whos messing with who, etc. Kweene BossDiva and Jessica Love will give you the floor to express yourself the way you are not able to anywhere else. But remember to keep it respectful and keep it cordial. Everyone is entitled to their own opionions. GOONS GONE WILD!