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The aging market is "booming"! As our population ages, new businesses are being created to cater to the 50+ community. My guest today is Judi Bonilla. Judi develops and teaches innovative programs for aging adults. This rapidly growing demographic is expected to grow from 43 million in 2012 to nearly 84 million over the next four decades. In 2012 there were 43.1 million Americans age 65 and over, by 2020 that number will increase to 55 million. In 2040 the age 85+ population is projected to reach 14.1 million.
Judi’s community based programs include Brain Fit Now, Come Back Cupid, Empowered In Aging, Latino Elders, and We Get Around! educate, empower, and inspire life long learners to thrive as they age. Through these classes elders connect with resources and build community as they pursue their goal to age in place.
Is the World ready for THE AGING POPULATION?
This is debatable, according to a global study, most countries worldwide are not prepared to support their swelling numbers of elderly people.
STATS, the study ranks the social and economic well-being of elders in 91 countries with Sweden coming out on top and Afghanistan at the bottom.
Nations are simply not...etc.
Graying population is...etc.
By 2050 over...etc.
Ages 60-65...retirement not...etc.
Life expectancy in...etc.
Tune in as the Sistas chat with Carleton Bluford the filmmaker behind 2%, an upcoming documentary about Utah's Black population. The film seeks to shed light on one of the state’s smallest racial groups. The latest census shows African-Americans make up less than two-percent of Utah’s population. The hope is to find out who makes up this two-percent; where they came from; why they stay in Utah; and to take a look at how we define Blackness in America. Carleton and the film's producer Lonzo Liggins, are not only a part of Utah's racial minority, but also it's religious minority because they are not members of the LDS church Their documentary will feature others who share their experiences as well as the experiences of Black Latter-day Saints. 2% features voices such as former NBA player Thurl Baily, Calvary Baptist Church Pastor France A. Davis and Nadia Crow, Utah's first Black primary weekday day news anchor.
Welcome to the Saturday edition of the jrilshow. Tonight we are exploring the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly about aging, Plus we will talk about VH-1's new show "Dating Naked"! Stop on by and get into the conversation on the Saturday edition of the jrilshow!
1) Program introduction
2) The Program is a Interview with FABIAN CALVO from Liberty and Finnance.
3) This is the key Subject that will be covered in Program .
- China whats to colapes the US Dollar. and make its Currency and world resurve Currency.
- Report on the Middle east Oil and the US military .
- Report on the Federal Resurve Policy
- Who will do well in the coming Reset
- Info on Gold Markects
- About the coming Transfer of Wealth to Asia
- Disscusion about senorship of Ecconomic data in the Media
4) Music Break
5) My finnal Comments
6) Closing Music , Them Song of O Canada.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed Professor Robert Garmong about "Love and Sex in China" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
What are the traditional ideas about love and sex in Chinese culture? How did those ideas change in Mao's time? How do Chinese men and women approach romantic and sexual relationships today? Is homosexuality accepted? What is the place of mistresses and prostitutes? Moreover, Robert Garmong told us of the pitfalls of marrying a Chinese woman – and explained why he did exactly that anyway.
Robert Garmong is Lecturer of Business and Liberal Arts at the Surrey International Institute of Dongbei University of Finance and Economics in Dalian, China. He studied economics and political science at the University of Chicago, and has a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Texas (Austin). His blog is "Professor in Dalian."
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
The Center of Light Radio Show with host Keith Anthony Blanchard
Show Topic: "The Magic of Aging."
John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry, an ordained interfaith minister, the author of seven books on the interface of psychology and spirituality, and last but not least, an aging Boomer with grown children and a gaggle of grandchildren. His professional work specialized in midlife, men's issues, the integration of psychotherapy and spirituality, the nature of first-hand mystical experience, the psychology and spirituality of aging, and the archetypal revelations of myth and fairytale.
A full time writer now, John's recent works include a memoir/narrative on the transformation potential of aging (The Three Secrets of Aging), a collection of fairy tales for Elders (Bedtime Stories for Elders: What Fairy Tales Can Teach Us About the New Aging), and a forthcoming work on a new myth for aging men (What Aging Men Want: Homer's Odyssey as a Parable of Male Aging). HIs work, endorsed by an amazing array well-known authors (e.g., Robert Bly, John Gray, Angeles Arrien, Matthew Fox, Bernie Siegel, Robert Johnson), revisions aging as time of remarkable psychological and spiritual growth if we can understand its dynamics and purpose. It may in fact represent a process of gradual enlightenment.
For more on John: www.johnrobinson.org
For more on Keith: www.keithanthonyblanchard.com
There is a single ideological current running through a seemingly disparate collection of noxious modern political and scientific movements, ranging from militarism, imperialism, racism, xenophobia, and radical environmentalism, to socialism, Nazism, and totalitarian communism. This is the ideology of antihumanism: the belief that the human race is a horde of vermin whose unconstrained aspirations and appetites endanger the natural order, and that tyrannical measures are necessary to constrain humanity. The founding prophet of modern anti-humanism is Thomas Malthus (1766-1834), who offered a pseudoscientific basis for the idea that human reproduction always outruns available resources. Following this pessimistic and inaccurate assessment of the capacity of human ingenuity to develop new resources, Malthus advocated oppressive policies that led to the starvation of millions in India and Ireland.
While Malthus’s argument that human population growth invariably leads to famine and poverty is plainly at odds with the historical evidence, which shows global living standards rising with population growth, it nonetheless persisted and even gained strength among intellectuals and political leaders in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Its most pernicious manifestation in recent decades has been the doctrine of population control, famously advocated by ecologist Paul Ehrlich, whose bestselling 1968 antihumanist tract The Population Bomb has served as the bible of neo-Malthusianism. In this book, Ehrlich warned of overpopulation and advocated that the American government adopt stringent population control measures, both domestically and for the Third World countries that received American foreign aid. (Ehrlich, it should be noted, is the mentor of and frequent collaborator with John Holdren, President Obama’s science advisor.)
Our daughter, Angela is a brilliant person. She is just as comfortable diving into chemistry or physics as she is singing and performing on stage. She was debating between majoring in physics, math, business, or theater. But we raised her to have fun and school was part of that and all the sciences and math were just as fun as theater. I urged her to find a job or an opportunity somewhere to figure out what she wanted to do finish a degree in. Next, she announces that she is going to China for 6 months to teach English. That was 4 years ago.
Since moving to China, Angela has become fluent in Mandarin and she will share some of her secrets of learning this difficult language with us. She is in a masters program for Chinese Travel and Tourism at a Chinese university. She performs all over China and has even been on Chinese TV several times. See what Angela is up to on her website.
Angela has met some incredible people, learned a whole new culture, and is having a grand adventure.
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1.What diseases are now in place to destroy American lives ?
2.Who is calling for Americas reduction in population ?
3.What will happen to live stock and stores ?
4.What about the collapse of the American dollar ?
5. What about biological weapons ?
6. What type of natural disasters can strike America ?
7. How can we survive ?
8. What nations are poised to take over America ?
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What if we could change the experience -- and perhaps the progression -- of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia by redesigning the environment? What if a bridge literally existed between design and perception? According to Steve Orfield, it's possible, given a growing body of research suggesting that aging and decline are two separate processes. He founded Orfield Laboratories (OL) over 40 years ago, and has since turned his interest in perception and measurement towards developing multi-disciplinary subjective-objective architectural and product research lab. He recently shared his philosophy about "User Experience" at the Innovations Summit with the Florida Council on Aging among others, he's authored numerous research projects, designed the "quietest room on earth" and created the nation's first research based design architectual collaboration (with firms across the U.S. and Canda).
Steve's passion for developing new "perceptually clear and comfortable" standards for seniors was born in caregiving for his elderly father as a nursing home resident. For the same total cost of such "typical" environments, Orfield Laboratories is providing the highest level of comfort and preference, while building on precise measurement and evaluation. "You actually have to test the older population and have them repeat what they have seen or heard, because elderly persons are far less inclined to complain or to highlight their age-related disabilities," he says.
Steve Orfield shares the hopeful ways objective architecture is working to mediate, reduce, and reverse some aging-related decline.
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