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Join us as we talk about how to be comfortable with confrontation. It is never easy to confront someone, especially with a criticism or bad news. Mature and professional adults have the ability to communicate with others in a way that allows them to convey information that may cause negative emotions in a way that is sensitive to this possibility. It may feel awkward or difficult to have confrontations but they may be necessary for efficiency in the workplace.
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We have all at some point been involved in confrontation, sometimes we do not handle it well or we do not know how to handle it at all. Lilian Okore, www.lilianokore.tmgartist.com and Irene Kareithi will empower us to learn,practice and master confrontation skills. Listen live at 619-393-2852 or www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com. Thank you for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura – Host
"Do not reject the Lord's discipline." (Proverbs 3:11) Just as our natural parents corrected us, our Lord corrects us as well! 1)Why does he corrects us? 2)Should our leaders/pastors confront us to correct us when we are wrong or should they stay out of our business? (Hebrews 13:17) 3)Which two of the six healthy confrontation results has been more important to you: (1) Clarification, (2) Change, (3) An improved relationship, (4) Purity, (5) Respect, and (6) Security? And Why? 4)Is it true that people want a leader/pastor who says, "When there's a problem I'll deal with it directly, promptly and respectfully?
"Avoidance is NOT resolution." ~ Kimberly Rinaldi
One of the most vital elements of any healthy relationship is the art of confrontation. Not confrontation for the sake of one-upsmanship, but confrontation that is constructive, respectful, and productive. What does that look and sound like, and why do so many people avoid it? That's what we're talking about today. The right way to face what and/or who you've been afraid to confront.
Relationships are two-way streets and when there's a breech in the road, it impedes from getting the true benefit of the relationship. So, if you really care and want to set some things straight but you're either too afraid or don't know how, this is the time to tune in. Get the courage you need to finally have that conversation, ask that question, and uncover the truth. You know you need to!
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Brother Robert X is a well-studied African Master Teacher who has over 30 years of acquired knowledge from ancient spirituality to the results of global African genocide. Brother Robert X often says, "No confrontation with documentation." He has collected years and years of documentation on the New World Order, government policies and their attack on the Black communities, ancient African philosophies and its presence in today's media as well as the 1 percent's plan regarding population control. Brother Robert also discusses the need to breastfeed, create our own schools, and divert our children's attention away from television and film.
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This show will help you look at gratefulness in a different way. David Steind-Rast is a monk who has his thumb on being happy in life.
Brother David Steindl-Rast has been a practicing Benedictine monk for over half a century and was one of the first Vatican-sanctioned delegates to participate in Buddhist-Christian dialogue. He is a recipient of the Martin Buber Award for his outstanding role in building bridges between religious traditions, and serves as a senior member of the Mount Savior Monastery in Elmira, New York.
Born in Austria in 1926, Br. David came of age during the Nazi occupation. Years later, he would write of the brutality of this experience as compelling him to contemplate, "the existential situation designed to hide, to disguise, and to camouflage our confrontation with death."
“The root of joy is gratefulness...It is not joy that makes us grateful; it is gratitude that makes us joyful.”
“Look closely and you will find that people are happy because they are grateful. The opposite of gratefulness is just taking everything for granted."
“Gratefulness is the key to a happy life that we hold in our hands, because if we are not grateful, then no matter how much we have we will not be happy -- because we will always want to have something else or something more.”
Ed & Fuz return after a small hiatus due to their “9-to-5 jobs” to discuss the heated confrontation between the Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper and closer Jonathan Papelbon. Fuz capes up for the potential National League “Most Valuable Player” as he sifts through the rubble that is the Washington's once-promising season. The guys go on to give their hot takes on the National Football League (NFL) as the season reaches its quarter point. The fellas finish off the show talking about the fight game including Wladimir Klitschko, Adrien Broner, and Lucas Matthysse.
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What can you do when a situation turns sour? Well, you can become bitter, angry and upset, or you can take what the Universe has dished up for you and you can turn it into a learning experience.
No one wants to hear that, though, do they. We are so tired of hearing things like, "There's a lesson in here for you somewhere..." Sometimes you just want to cry, run away and hide. But as a spiritual being who is growing up, it's time to assume your role as a leader, as a grown up and begin to face down these things one by one. For example, suppose you have to reprimand someone who works for you but you don't want to do it because you don't really know the best way to do it without upsetting her or causing more stress. But to avoid it is creating even more stress.
Here's an opportunity. It's a golden opportunity to ask what's really the issue here? Is there fear behind wanting to avoid the confrontation? Does it need to be done? Yes! How will you handle it? When you're the boss, you have to do what you have to do. It's no different in life. If someone is treating you unfairly, you must learn to speak up for yourself. This week, we'll explore how to navigate the difficult terrain of sticky situations with grace, ease and guidance from our angels and higher selves.
Karen Vaughan, Mary E. Martin and Gail Hedrick bring their characters to life in a VERY different way!
LAURA HAMILTON FITZ ~ After being caught up in so many murder mysteries over the last years Laura decides to become a crime scene investigator. This happened on her honeymoon with Gerry and they become embroiled in yet another murder mystery while managing an apartment building. Another dead body is found at heir new domicile. Laura's anxiety medication is tested on a daily basis. Karen Vaughan's site: karenwritesmurder.com/ www.amazon.com/Karen-Vaughan/e/B004PRN7ZO
ALEXANDER WAINWRIGHT ~ Alexander is landscape painter. He has won a prestigious award for his paint “The Hay Wagon.” What is special about this painting is the numinous light his work enthralls convincing them that they can glimpse the beyond—that which lies beneath. In his presence, people experience a sense of wisdom but Alex gains as much as they do and he comes away enriched by a profound respect for and love of the human spirit. Mary E. Martin's site: maryemartintrilogies.com www.amazon.com/Mary-E.-Martin/e/B002BM7UB2/
EMILY SANDERS ~ Emily is age 13 and takes charge when dead fish start turning up near her aunt’s house. No one seems to care about dead fish. She investigates and has a confrontation with the town's most powerful citizen. In the second book, The Scent of Something Sneaky, Emily is staying at a B&B in N.Carolina mountains owned by the grandmother of a friend. The girls are helping at the inn. Both books help kids see themselves as scientists & engineers. Gail Hedrick's site:www.gailehedrick.com
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The media has brought to the forefront cases that have caused public outrage and concern. From the curious case of Trayvon Martin killed by George Zimmerman, Michael Brown gunned down as an unarmed felon, to the disturbing incidents surrounding the death of Sandra Bland, there is a definite rise in racial tensions across the United States as the media blares a giant searchlight on situations of African Americans in some sort of confrontation with a Caucasian.
When these incidents come into the public eye, they lead to an overarching question: "Why?" One black man made a very famous statement while being beaten by a group of police officers: "Can't we all just get along?" The statement has been taken seriously and at the same time, been made a parody. But the question, however one puts it remains. "Can't we all just get along?"
Is racism simply part of America's DNA -- what makes up this country? Is this just a thing we have to live with and accept? Will those who try to work to bring harmony on either side be ridiculed? Why can't we as a nation get past this? Why does it keep rearing its head?
Join in on the conversation with my returning guest Melissa Pellew as we try to tackle this issue and others surround the rise of racial tensions in our country. Call in 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/7886747 Or, download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in