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ENVISIONS THIS: We can introduce the most creative change when we listen and learn what the system has to teach us before taking action. Our guest, F. David Peat, has been one of our great heroes since we first read his Synchronicity. He is also the colleague and biographer of leading quantum physicist, David Bohm. He is co-founder of The Pari Center for New Learning, which favors a gentle approach to learning that emphasizes human interaction in simple, pleasant surroundings without the intrusion of unnecessary technology.
In his new book, Gentle Action: Bringing Creative Change to a Turbulent World, David argues that often individuals, organizations or governments take action or give aid from the best of motives, but that such action is often disruptive and damaging to a community, economy or environment because they are imposing change from outside. David proposes that new forms of "gentle action" are needed, actions which begin from within the system in question and emerge in creative ways.. These may range from projects on an international scale to a simple action by an individual.
We are honored to have F. David Peat share his insights into bringing about a more sustainable future through GENTLE ACTION.
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Shaneisha Dodson is the founder of Black Girlz Productions. She has been called a modern-day renaissance woman. Born in Arkansas and raised in a matriarchal household. At a young age, her mother instilled in her the value of hard work. She admired her mother’s strength and determination to succeed. Therefore, she pushed herself to reach her full potential. Her hard work paid off and resulted in her being the first person in her family to graduate from college. Dodson earned degrees in psychology and education. She believes everyone should have an opportunity to attend college so she gives back to the community by offering an annual scholarship to a deserving high school or college student.
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The Toronto Raptors are flush with salary cap space. Yes, they need to re-sign Sixth Man award winner Lou Williams, and they'll likely need to give him a significant raise after what he gave them.
But what about getting unrestricted free agents to come to Toronto? It has never been an easy thing to do (last summer's Kyle Lowry re-signing notwithstanding), and Masai Ujiri is going up against some awfully heavy hitters when it comes to going after the likes of LaMarcus Aldridge and his ilk.
If he strikes out on all of the big names, what might Plan B be?
Here's my suggestion: Go get David Lee, who the Golden State Warriors are trying to trade. He is a former All-Star, he is the consummate professional, and he can score in the low block better than Amir Johnson, Chuck Hayes, Patrick Patterson, James Johnson or any of the other power forwards Toronto used last season.
The Warriors have already told Lee they will attempt to move him, and Golden State knows it will not get equal value in return. What is important to the Warriors is ridding themselves of Lee's salary to keep themselves out of luxury tax territory. A future second-round pick might be all it takes to get it done, and adding Lee would give the Raptors a one-year rental on a solid player while keeping intact their cap space for the bonanza summer of 2016.
I tossed that idea at Toronto radio listeners this morning on Sportsnet 590-The Fan, and I also explained the strange free agent status of Atlanta's Paul Millsap -- and how that could be an option, too.
By way of Richmond, Virginia, Deli found her passion for music at a very young age. She began singing in her church’s youth choir and school talent shows. Many of her performance skills were developed traveling across the country with various choirs, groups, and eventually on her own. She continued to pursue her career in music while completing her Bachelor of Arts from Virginia
Join your hosts "The Dean of Wrestling Referees" Steve Cain, "Sadistic" Sean David, & "Khaotic" Katie at 11:30 PM EST / 10:30 CST for The Rampage Rants - Monday Night Massacre - The Raw Rundown. Chat opens 30 minutes before we go live and we invite everyone to joing Blogtalk (FREE of Charge) and join in on the live chat discussion during the live show. Listeners are encouraged to call in with their questions or comments by using the handy dadny blue skype button or by calling in via phone at (845) 277-9127.
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Common Law is Just as Good as Marriage
New Year's Eve was always festive at Antonio's family's house and Cathy typically always had a good time. This year her little heart was crushed. She had gone upstairs to the bathroom while the family was sitting around drinking, laughing, eating just having a good ole grand time.
Antonio's Uncle Buddy asked him when was he going to marry Cathy considering they were together 15 years and had a 14 year old daughter. Antonio responded by saying "Nall Unc, that will never happen, you must've fell and bumped your head".
Meanwhile Cathy was walking down the stairs hearing all of this and Antonio finished by saying "we ARE married... by Common Law."
Cathy turned hot tamale red in the face and was almost in tears because of embarrassment.
On the way home Cathy vented her frustrations to Antonio, stating, "when I moved to Ohio and gave you the down payment for the house, you said you were going to marry me. Whatever happened to that pipe dream you sold me?
Antonio responded by saying "we are 42 yrs old, what's the point of getting married now? Is it for the the sake of impressing others? "
"We're doing okay. We've built more together than most married couples. Please don't get caught up in the concept of marriage baby, its all a facade, its false."
When do you think that its too late to get married? Is Common Law just as good as marriage? Is there any truth to what Antonio said to Cathy? Do Titles really matter more than love? Call the show (347) 237-5342 and press "1' on your phone to talk about this on the air.
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Tyler Dunivan hails from Springdale, Arkansas and is among the leading Marty McFly impersonators in the world.
Not one to rely solely on his looks, he is also a trained actor who has appeared in numerous plays, short films, and feature films.
Along with his acting skills, Tyler has been known to cut a rug or two. He has taken ballroom dance and specializes in the Waltz, Tango, Rumba, Cha Cha, East Coast Swing/Jitterbug, and of course the Foxtrot!
Tyler is a veteran of the United States Air Force, having served six years at Fort Smith, Arkansas as an FSmith, F---16 Crew Chief.
Tyler is available for private functions as well as conventions, radio and television appearances.
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The State of Illinois is the largest contributor to the state’s nonprofit sector. In spite of the fact that the Illinois economy is in recovery, the state is experiencing a $4 billion budget gap for FY 2016. Reduction in tax receipts make it difficult for state and local governments to meet their obligations and address the growing need for social services. The inability of the State to pay nonprofits on time is one of the greatest threats to the viability of the nonprofit sector. The nonprofit sector accounted for 8% of the State’s workers and 8.7% of the Gross State Product in 2000 (Donors Forum 2003).
How are your nonprofit peers dealing with tough times? Tune in Monday, June 29, 2015 to participate in a discussion of how nonprofits are coping with state budget cuts and other threats to the funding environment. Call in live at (347) 884-8121. You don't need an account to listen, but, if you want to participate in an online chat, open a listener-only account at https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener to participate in a live chat.
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