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Brian Elders Roofing Dissolution and a word about Freddie Gray
Bad customer service from one of the leading roofing company's in the Mid-South. It's a shame when the company you keep is only in it for the money and decides what they want to do and completely disregard what the customer wants and asks for. The other issue is the case of Baltimore's Freddie Gray, a terrible tragedy where a lay person could see that he was in pain and injured before the police so brutally dragged his limp body to the van and refused to call for help, causing him to die.
This Friday, most of us will be celebrating our independence and freedom. Not many remember that the spark which started the greatest experiment in history, was the Declaration of Independence, signed January 18, 1777. Does that Declaration still hold true today? Has there been a recurrence of similar "injuries and usurpations" by recent presidents? Congresses? The unlawfull actions of whom have been sworn to and upheld by their Courts?
In this episode we'll be comparing that famous declaration of 1777 with a lessor known declaration, but this one just might become as famous. The Declaration of Dissolution of Government by Gary Hunt, has been mentioned several times on another TVFMontana show, The Montana Republic that airs every Tuesday night. In case you missed the July 1 episode, you might want to check out the pod cast.
You can also view the Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution as well as other interesting historical facts here The Citizens Rule Book.
So join us this Independence Day Eve. Lets talk freedom vs tyranny and shoot off some real fireworks.
There is no such thing as alms or sacrifice or offering. There is neither fruit nor result of good or evil deeds...A human being is built up of four elements. When he dies the earthly in him returns and relapses to the earth, the fluid to the water, the heat to the fire, the wind to the air, and his faculties pass into space. The four bearers, on the stand as a fifth, take his dead body away; till they reach the burning ground, men utter forth eulogies, but there his bones are bleached, and his offerings end in ashes. It is a doctrine of fools, this talk of gifts. It is an empty lie, mere idle talk, when men say there is profit herein. Fools and wise alike, on the dissolution of the body, are cut off, annihilated, and after death they are not.
The prolific Athens, Georgia based songwriter, Ken Will Morton, will release his 7th full-length release All’s Fair In Love & War on Rara Avis Records on June 5, 2015.
All’s Fair In Love & War is the follow up to his highly acclaimed 2012 release, Slow Burn. The new recording compiles 19 new songs (plus a hidden track) written in the wake of the dissolution of a long term relationship and with Morton finding himself living alone in a mobile home. Soon after, he’d written more than enough material for a double album (hence, initial title was A Double From A Single Wide). Morton converted his home to facilitate writing and recording music at anytime day or night, with wires and cables, guitars, amps and lyric sheets everywhere. Determined to hold on to the essence of this new work, and with the help and encouragement of engineer J.P Pruett, the entire album was made in the comfort of his home. Morton played all instruments.
I will be sittind down with Ken to discuss his new CD and indeed his career
TONIGHT- Medium & Channeler SOLANA channels John Lennon in the afterlife. Join us for this celebration and Q&A of one of the most beloved men in our history, Mr. John Lennon.
The killing, on Dec. 8, 1980, marked a major social shift
John Lennon’s death 34 years ago today triggered the same shock and outpouring of grief as the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and John F. Kennedy. So wrote critic Jay Cocks for his 1980 TIME cover story about the legacy of the late Beatle and his death by the hands of Mark David Chapman. The touching tribute — comments from Bruce Springsteen that are included in the piece may bring tears to your eyes — featured one memorable quote from Lennon’s wife, Yoko Ono: “This is not the end of an era,” she said in the days after he was killed. “The ’80s are still going to be a beautiful time, and John believed it.”
But in his piece, Cocks makes the case for why Ono’s words were more wishful thinking than a truthful declaration.
The band had broken up a decade before, but Lennon’s death signaled a shift more serious than the Beatles’ dissolution ever did. After all, the music of the Beatles would be around indefinitely, whether or not the band continued to record together.
When Lennon died at age 40, however, everyone who had grown up with the Beatles was approaching middle age too. In addition to their sadness about Lennon’s death, they could not ignore their own mortality. “For everyone who cherished the sustaining myth of the Beatles,” Cocks wrote, “the murder was something else. It was an assassination, a ritual slaying of something that could hardly be named. Hope, perhaps; or idealism. Or time. Not only lost, but suddenly dislocated, fractured.”
An Investigation into The New Testament Bible
The Story of Jesus : THE ASCENSION OF JESUS
From 3 perspectives
* The Biblical world viiew
* The Academic/Scholastic
* The Urantia Book
189:2.6.The Christian belief in the resurrection of Jesus has been based on the fact of the "empty tomb." It was indeed a fact that the tomb was empty, but this is not the truth of the resurrection. The tomb was truly empty when the first believers arrived, and this fact, associated with that of the undoubted resurrection of the Master, led to the formulation of a belief which was not true: the teaching that the material and mortal body of Jesus was raised from the grave.
189:2.7.The tomb of Joseph was empty, not because the body of Jesus had been rehabilitated or resurrected, but because the celestial hosts had been granted their request to afford it a special and unique dissolution, a return of the "dust to dust," without the intervention of the delays of time and without the operation of the ordinary and visible processes of mortal decay and material corruption.
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Vancouver, BC – Few life experiences compare to the emotional devastation of divorce. Many women find themselves stuck in their cycle of despair, but there are ways to move forward and to have an even better life after divorce.
Catherine Abbott is the founder of Heal After Divorce, a coaching practice dedicated to supporting women to move forward with their lives after divorce.
“Loss and grief are natural when coping with divorce or a relationship breakup,” says Catherine. “It is normal to have emotional suffering when someone you love leaves or even if you are the one initiating leaving the relationship.”
Catherine was inspired to create Heal After Divorce following the dissolution of her marriage.
“The ending of my marriage forced me to reconsider my life," says Catherine. "There were opportunities for me. I got to see myself in a new light. I decided it was important to support other women through this process so they can learn these techniques and find ways to express what they need to express in appropriate ways to move forward and heal.”
Divorce can be extremely isolating. We all have friends and family we can talk to about our divorce, but of course we’ll only tell them certain things. Our deep, dark secrets are our own and they’re not as easy to share. As a coach, Catherine is there to support you to see there are ways to move forward.
“The saddest thing is when I talk to a woman who has been divorced for 10 years and she’s still angry and still hurting,” says Catherine. “As soon as someone commits to wanting to change, that’s the first step, so I’m grateful to support other women on their journey.”
For more information on Heal After Divorce, visit http://www.healafterdivorce.com
The violet flame helps us to transmute energetic burdens from past lives that register in the superconscious, conscious, subconscious and unconscious mind. These records precipitate as karmas that we must overcome. The violet flame brings mercy and healing for the dissolution of these challenging momentums, and how they impact our present-day relationships and circumstances. Let's give some mantras together now!
More than 15 states now offer marriage or its equivalent to same-sex couples, and many lesbian and couples in other states are cohabiting in long-term relationships. Many of these partnerships will end, and mediation is an ideal method for resolving the inevitable conflicts, especially given the legal uncertainties surrounding these disputes. This workshop will explore the challenges of becoming legally and culturally competent to handle these conflicts, and demonstrate the practical and psychological approaches that are most effective. The workshop will explore scenarios involving financial as well as parentage disputes, and will be of value to therapist, lawyer and community mediators.
with nacy hardwell
my name is Nancy and I am an internationally recognized authority on the 21st Century slave trade, particularly the sex trade focused on the oil-rich states of the Persian Gulf.
Willie Speight, a successful film director, writer, and producer is a native of York, Alabama. Growing up in York molded Speight into a now six foot tall, 245 lbs of pure muscle man, with an unprecedented drive and determination. After attending college, he relocated to Huntsville, Alabama where he established his mark as a prestigious entrepreneur by opening numerous businesses. In 2006, moving to Atlanta, writing became a self- rehabilitating way for Speight to grapple the dissolution of his marriage. His writing was the result of his first book, “Forbidden Luv.”
Everywhere you look, you see and hear messages telling you to think about love. We are culturally and emotionally conditioned to search for love. But where? Many of us believe that love is something that we find in another person. But do we love ourselves, or are we berating and negating ourselves in various ways?
Do we proudly say that we are our own worst critics? Certainly to a degree, being able to learn from a realistic review of ourselves and our accomplishments can help us improve and grow. But to regard yourself as something that needs constant fixing, that you are inherently not enough? Bad idea. Do you allow yourself to celebrate and rejoice in who you are and what you do? Sure, we can oftentimes do better, but do we acknowledge ourselves for daring to try?
Truthfully, we can only find love when we love ourselves first. The love of my life likes to tell the story of how we met. Some years ago, he was hurting from the dissolution of his marriage. He was feeling miserable about himself and his life. He found his work and daily life blah and meaningless and himself as less than adequate. He judged himself as a bad person for failing in his primary relationship. Instead of learning and growing, he was reprimanding himself and dwelling in the "should haves." Only when he was out on the ocean kite boarding did he find any inner peace or joy. Being a reflective, he analyzed why that was so. The answer helped him shift his attitude and created the mindset that allowed for us to connect and develop the loving and nurturing relationship that we have now shared for years.
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