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Author Nicholas Duncan joins me this week to talk about his book: Tales From A Muzungu
Imagine you are on a plane to a destination you know very little about. On top of that, you don't know anyone else, will be living there for two years, only have a vague idea of what you will be doing, or if it was the right decision. A major comfort is knowing that you aren't the only person having anxiety during this scenario. This is just the beginning of a Peace Corps volunteer’s service. Tales from a Muzungu is about a Peace Corps Volunteer’s two year experience (2010 – 2012) in Uganda. Nicholas Duncan covers the highs and lows of life in Africa by detailing the atmosphere of Uganda and the day to day life of a volunteer. Nicholas writes about his experience with non-profits, adjusting to deep village life, and the surprises of being a muzungu in Africa.
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Don't miss this program as the dynamic-duo of Don Allen and Ronald A. Edwards take to the airwaves. There will be no stuttering, mindless pauses or questions that are stupid. We deal in fact.
Minnesota's black leadership caste is in trouble. While elected officials put together the "game plan" for the black community, poverty pimps, huslters and clergy continue to look for that all mighty dollar bill at the sake of community progress.
The Don S. McClure Show-Believing In Yourself
Our show: Tonight’s Topic: Believing in yourself.
You would think anyone who is past the age of 42 would believe in them selves a lot greater then when they were 32, but the truth of this issue is that most people find many ways on a daily bases not to believe in themselves and the power they have over their own life. They the movies like the Ernie Davis Story a young man who fights with all his heart to stay alive and complete his dream of playing Football besides Jim Brown on the Cleveland Brown team and yet loses his fight to Leukemia at the age of 23. And we see many other stories of courage and commitment and yet we still have doubt placed in our mind about our self-worth. We know in our heart it is right to believe in what we dream.
But we continue to fall short when we receive the first letter of rejection, or the first failed relationship.
The real question is what will it take for you to believe in your self.
The Don S. McClure Show Live- DESIRES AND DECISIONS
Our show: Tonight’s Topic Desires and Decision: Each morning when you wake there are two trains of thought that go through your head. Your eyes open and from that moment on you think about your desires and the decisions you must make.
These will involve every item in your life.
Your feelings, your wants, the out come of what you will decide on and which decision you must make if you decide to make any decision at all. And your desires what you want from the decision that you make and how it will affect your, day, your week, and even your life. Your desires and your decisions will play a key role in your life and possible lives of others, your mate if you have one, your husband, your children your job, your family and even your finances. Everything in your life is effected by your desires and your decisions. Especially your decision to have some joy and love in your life, or to stay on the treadmill of non-decision to take action and make your desires known.
Featured Author on Book Talk is LAURA MCCLURE, from Birmingham, Alabama, she will be discussing her two new books. Featured Song Track: Valerie Simpson and Michael Franks, Now love has no end.
Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show on Friday, 2/6 at 2 p.m. (ET) for a LIVE interview with Christian author, George Duncan.
A former reporter and editorial writer, George Duncan has worked at a number of newspapers including the Savannah News-Press and the Meridian Star. In addition to writing his own books, George is a ghostwriter, too. He has also been a Christian for many years. His newest release, Last Stand at Lighthouse Point, is a contemporary suspense story that re-examines the Book of Job.
Call (858) 357-8408 to ask questions of the scheduled guest. Don't worry if you can't listen LIVE, you can always download, at your convenience, FREE On-Demand podcasts of this interview and hundreds of other inspirational interviews at www.blogtalkradio.com/christianauthorsontour.
The CAOT Christian Book Club
The action that affects mmj patients the most is happening right now on the floor of the California state legislature and the 6 p.m. Monday, July 21 podcast of Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense at www.blogtalkradio.com/marijuananews takes you right into the action.
Shona Gochenaur, long time medical marijuana activist, founder of the San Francisco Medical Cannabis Taskforce and winner of the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Harvey Milk Democratic Club is the show’s first guest. She will be taking a very jaundiced and personal look at SB 1262, one of the most important and consequential bills being considered in Sacramento. Both hailed and reviled, SB 1262 will have far reaching implications and Shona will provide her interpretation on how this bill will help and hurt mmj patients.
Americans for Safe Access is without a doubt the most active mmj patients’ organization in California and perhaps the entire world. As a founder and member of the Board of Directors, Don Duncan is deeply involved in their efforts here in the state of California. As the second guest on the Monday, July 21 show, Don will provide ASA’s insights into the legislation currently under consideration in Sacramento and provide information on ASAs Citizen Lobby Day in Sacramento to take place on Monday, Aug. 4.
A van trip is being organized that will take up to 15 patients from the Inland Empire to Sacramento to join ASA members and hundreds of other supporters to lobby their legislators on bills that will affect mmj patients. Learn from Don what is happening and how you can attend this important event.
Our program today will focus on a Surprise birthday party I attended this weekend for Mr. Eger "Count" Williams. The event was sponsored by his beautifuil nieces, Lil Bit and Big Bit. This dear friend from the Old School was surprised to tears and today we will share it with you. blogtalkradio.com /don-durant
The Don S. McClure Live- The Importance of Exposure and Travel in your life.
One of the main keys to having and enjoying your life starts with your exposure to undiscovered things and places. A studied showed that those who were exposed early on in life had a better chance of becoming successful in their personal life as well as their professional career selections.
It is a known fact that when you are exposed to art, music and culture early your way of thinking reaches higher levels of understanding. They say if you read a book you can travel the world.
Your conversations become broader based. The fact that you see the world as an adventure and not a place where you have boundaries are open on a greater scale when you read and are exposed.
My feelings are if you read a book you can conquer the world and make life what you want it to be from your exposure and experiences. All based on your exposure and travel.
Featured Music from and about the Islands.
Modern Combat Masters, Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant, his Co-Host, Kancho Dan Vena, with Executive Producer, Sifu Restita DeJesus are proud and honored to present tonights special guest, Hanshi Gregory Duncan to the program. Inheritor of the Way of the Winds System.
The Way of the Winds™ system not only entails training in ninjitsu, but also encompasses a comprehensive approach to all of the many facets of Ronald Duncan's history as a martial artist. Self defense and combative strategies are the main emphasis of training as students are also exposed to the traditional Budo arts. such as jujitsu, aiki-jujitsu, kobujitsu (weaponry), and Karate-do.
O'Sensei Ronald Duncan his father,
Born in Panama. Professor Ronald Duncan began training in boxing at the age of seven. Since Professor Ronald Duncan grew up in an area where many of the elite military forces of that country were training in jungle warfare, he learned at an early age to read the signs of nature for directions in and out of the jungle. It was the beginning of a long and very involved career in many aspects of the martial arts.
Ronald Duncan went on to serve in the United States Marine Corp where he was a member of the USMC Judo team and earned one of his earliest black belt rankings. Professor Duncan went on to earn a black belt in several other disciplines such as Hakko Ryu Jujitsu, Dai-nippon Jujitsu Ryu, Sosuishi Ryu, Kin Dai Gakko Ryu, Aikido, Aiki-Jujitsu, Kempo, Kobujitsu (weaponry), and Shinobino-jitsu (popularly known as Ninjitsu). His teachers were all legendary men; Charlie Neal, Ernie Cates, Tatsuo Uzaki, and Don Draeger.
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