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When coloring, children oftentimes discard the broken crayons and select only the whole crayons to color their pictures. But, broken crayons still color! Each of us at some point in our lives have been broken by something-just like those crayons...a divorce, a health issue, a failed relationship, loss of a loved one, a strained family relationship, betrayal, financial loss, rejection, ...and sometimes, even by God. Listen to this encouraging message to let you know that God is still drawing a beautiful picture on the canvas of your life...even with your brokeness. Not inspite of it, but because of it. Do what Paul did in Acts 27:44 after being shipwrecked. Pick up your broken pieces and carry on! (Call in number to listen LIVE at 9 am eastern Friday, October 23rd is (646) 716-4640
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The wonderful co-host are scheduled to speak at other venues today. So, we are doing a re-broadcast of last Sundays show. GIVE ME MY CRAYONS BACK!!!!
If you missed it you have to tune in a listen. Has anyone every killed your dream? Has anyone every took your CRAYONS?
Please join Emily Blank and Kristine Burke for a discussion of Kristine's methods of how to transform your life through the power of love. Kristine has developed several programs and written several books on her life transforming philosophies. After earning a Master's Degree in Business Administration, Kristine K. Burke spent the majority of her career as an independent consultant to businesses throughout Manhattan. Despite her growing popularity and success, she began to experience what she saw as her body's random (panic) attacks on her. When conventional wisdom offered her the choice between continuing to suffer her body's intolerable whims or to rely upon a medication that made her feel foggy, Kristine became determined to find another- third option. What she learned about her panic attacks led to the development of a philosophy for living, which completely transformed every aspect of her life. Not only did her anxiety attacks disappear (once their invaluable message was received and heeded), her body, relationships, career, and finances all became healthier. Today, she and her husband split their time between New York City and rural Vermont, where Kristine writes and leads programs based upon her philosophy and experiences. All of her works are designed to guide others beyond their fear, so that they can discover life's grand truths for themselves.
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Join Kristine Burke, Life Guide, Business Adviser, and Author, for an in-depth look into pride, shame, love and the tremendous role they play in our lives. Kristine will invite listeners to call-in and share their answers to the following question: Would I rather feel proud of myself or love myself? And why? Having posed this question previously to many audiences, Kristine is confident that this will lead to a lively and insightful discussion.
"I love this question," Burke says,"because it places our most common inner conflict directly in front of us where we can all see it. Understanding this core cause and effect relationship is the first critical step toward understanding and mastering life's principles. It's nothing short of thrilling to me when people have that first 'AHA' moment, because I know it means that they are on their way to loving life. What could be better than having front row seats to that?"
Paul Ryan was a no-show. So was Mitch McConnell.
But Obama on Monday signed the federal budget bill crammed through by Republicans last week. The deal eliminates any cap on the federal debut through the remainder of Obama's final term in office. Obama says he applauds this as part of a "longer term, more responsible budget process."
You may have also seen in the past week or so that an heir to the Disney forture now spends her money and time creating documentaries touting progressive causes. Abigail Disney's latest venture chronicles an evangelical minister whose outlook on guns has undergone conversion, and he now preaches gun control.
Wonder what Abby's Uncle Walk would say of such things?
Would Disney's Swiss Family Robinson have been a better movie if the Robinson's had declared their island a gun free zone?
Even the Leftists are finding things to be spiralling out of control. Especially on college campuses. Meanwhile, the left's attempt at mainstream media keeps dishing lines about today's conservatives being a rising form of fascism.
Try to connect today's dots, and it looks like scribbling. Expect no better when the dots are from today's leaders, who lead with the immaturity of a raging child with a box of broken crayons.
So back to our headline, how are you passing the time on the way to collapse? How much time do you think we have left?
The updates will be an ongoing clarification of the legal name fraud all of humanity has been duped into being a part of and thus, serving all manner of evil and harm in this reality we call "normal". How incredibly ruthless mirrored only in its' simplicity, legal name fraud is the crux, literally, of all man's woes. It is the only thing that separates you from YOU and thus, all of creation. You can serve only one master, the master of life, truth or, the master of death, legal sorcery. The greatest trick the Devil ever played wasn't convincing you that "he" didn't exist, it was convincing YOU that you didn't exist. Legal Name PROVES you don't exist if you worship this fall-se' I.D.-doll thinking it's you or you're I.D./it.....kate
Thanks to Westfield Century City, Vinci Academy and MomAngeles, we get to explore the world of color through the words of author Drew Daywalt's best selling "The Day The Crayons Came Home". Bring your kiddos! We will be coloring, listening to a story (read by me, your favorite LA radio morning mommy) and finding out how contributing your used crayons can help kids & teachers across the nation. It's a program called CRAYON COLLECTION & in this radio interview with Sheila Michelle Morovati we find out how she started such a creative campaign from her kitchen & what motivated her to make it happen. Plus, find out about her very cool partnerships with Penguin Random House and the film makers of THE HERO OF COLOR CITY. Sheila needs to dish up the whole behind-the-scenes story for us.
Thanks for staying up after the kids have gone to bed & hanging out. I have my sparkling sangria from Whole Foods, & 2 sleeping kids, so let's do this Mommy Monday thing! And I will see you early on Wednesday at Westfield Century City 11:00am-12:30. I'll be the mom juggling a book, a toddler, and a Starbucks. Wait. Isn't that most of us? ;-)
Humanitarian Radio Hosts Tony Saint Tone and Janie Boisclair Interview with Don Fertman from Subway Restaurants and Recovery Branches.org
Don Fertman - Chief Development Officer for Subway Restaurants and Creator of Recovery Branches. You may recognize Don from "Under Cover Boss TV show." He talks about his journey through sobriety into his program that interacts with Music Legends (Joe Walsh, Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, etc) performing to raise awareness.
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Positive Songs this week "Summertime" and "Turn Yourself Around" " By Saint Tone
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Join Anna Banguilan as she has a creative conversation with award winning artist, Anita Gill Stewart.
Anita uses her art to enlighten and encourage us to relook at our environment to see new worlds. Currently she uses travel maps as her main medium and mixes “recipes” of water color crayons, ink and dry pigment to achieve intriguing portraits on maps, seascapes, landscapes and as well as fantasy impressionistic pieces, all demanding a closer look. Her unusual creative map art asks the viewer: Do you know where you are going? How will you get there? Work from her solo international travel cries out: Why not seek adventure?
Anita Gill Stewart, born in Memphis, TN.,is an award winning, international, mixed media artist. She completed her BFA from the University of Memphis in 1977. Since 1983, her prolific work has been exhibited in numerous national and international art competitions. In Georgia, her work has been on display at the Georgia Capital building, Hudgens Art Museum ,Georgia Perimeter College, Mercer University, TULA Artist Center, Mason Muer Gallery and Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art in Augusta. Internationally, she has exhibited and is collected in Capetown ,South Africa ;Montepulchiano, Italy; Lima, Peru; Portobello, Panama and Perth, Australia.
Her work has aired on the Women’s Entertainment TV channel and Atlanta TV. She is currently active in the Atlanta Collage Society, Women’s Caucus for the Arts in Georgia, and the Atlanta Artist Center.
You may not be the son of a wealthy clothing store merchant, or the grandson of an Italian immigrant tailor, and you may not end up at college with your father trailing along but, never-the-less, you need to be prepared. Whether you are taking your kids to their first day at grade school, or they are entering middle school, high school or college, you, as a parent or a student, need to be prepared financially for what is ahead of you.
Today we will talk about back to school and, for the next few weeks, we will dive into subjects from saving money buying crayons to paying for college tuition.
Your Money Your Matters focuses on how to achieve savings, and today we will discuss how to keep your home safer. We also discuss everything from debt management to life experiences. We explore what tools are available to help consumers better manage their personal finances, and we answer your personal questions.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League and Todd Mark, Navicore Solutions. Plus we have a wide cadre of guests that join us.
Each week, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice.