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Today is our 3rd episode of the "Black King Appreciation Month" Celebration!
Hosted By: Sis Misty and Sis
We will be discussing the past and present contributions and greatness of our Kings from many different sects. (Kemet, RBG, Hebrews, Islam, Nuwapians, Afrikan Spiritualism, Black Nationalist and Christianity.)
Today's Featured Kings of the past we will honor "Malcolm X" and "Shaka Zulu"
Also giving special appreciation to Kings of Today: Professor Carl Tone Jones, Benjamin Nije, Garfield A. Reid and Amara Camara
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR KINGS: Ivan Irby and Hafiz Udeen Bey (last week raffle winners)
We will also be discussing how we as Black Queens can elevate our Kings and how we can assist them with their goals in life because they live in a society where they are hated, not appreciated, not recognized and destroyed at the hands of White Supremacy.
During the program we will raffle 2 names from the call in numbers of the Kings who participate in the dialogue! The question is simple! "Black Men what do you need from the Black Woman?" Our Kings are often felt like they are not heard. Well the Queens are hear to listen! Call (914) 803-4571our listen via internet @ www.blogtalkradio/mauricemuhammad.com @ 7pm est. Stay connected to "King Appreciation Month" facebook page for all updates and future celebrations!
The raffle winners will win a gift from a black owned business and we will ship it to your door to show how much you are appreciated.
Welcome to Happiness Index on blogtalkradio with Aeeshah and Kokomon. Happiness and fear cannot co-exist. We are either in fear or we are in a state of happiness. A Course in Miracles states that Happiness is a choice we must make. Hafiz a Sufi poet said more than 600 years ago that, Fear is the cheapest room in the house. We hope that you will join in today’s conversation by calling (347) 539-5818. Your opinion on this very important topic would be greatly appreciated. A Course in Miracles also says There is nothing to fear. Franklin D. Roosevelt said that the only thing that we have to fear is fear itself. And Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles stated that Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. Then why do we fear? Releasing fear is an art and is the gateway to happiness. When we let go of fear only love remains. Thank for joining in this conversation.
Join us Friday at 8pm -10pm as we discuss #JusticeOrElse:The Final Countdown. Special Guest will be Student Regional Minister Abdul Sharrieff Muhammad of the Southern Region. and Student Minister Hafiz Muhammad of New York. We will discuss the recent efforts to undermine #JusticeOrElse Movement and Demand. The Pope has come and gone and NO MENTION OFTHE STRUGGLE OF BLACKS IN AMERICA. The news is forcused on PLANNED PARENTHOOD. No Justice for Trayvon, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland. No Justice for those who struggled to pay Mortgage. No Justice for the disabled. No Justice for those whose home was stolen by the Mortgage Companies. No justice for the many crimes done against the indigenous in America!...It is time for a DEMAND.....#JusticeOrElse!!!!!!
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in Self Help
I met Jael many years ago through a mutual friend. She exuded style and strength and was fun and friendly. I liked her immediately. Later I heard she was doing readings at Breathe Bookstore. I was intrigued. Who was this woman?
Recently, after Spirit nudged me yet another time, I reached out to Jael. Now I know why I was so directed. She has a remarkable story to tell, pieces of which she has memorialized in an exquisite memoir, Steel Wool. Steel Wool is a compelling story of sexual abuse, survival, strength, voice and salvation. It's the story of a Jewish woman's journey through the hard cutting steel of street life, drugs, drug dealing to the soft plush arms of Divine Love and Freedom. Steel Wool fuses poetry, spoken word, and prose in a tale that reaches for the Light. It's a MUST read!
A native of Maryland, Jael Freedman is a clairvoyant, writer, activist, healer, and poet. Tune in to She Struts Radio Thursday, Septembr 17, 6:30pm ET/5:30pm CT to hear Jael's riveting story.
"Light will someday split you open." ~ Hafiz
in Self Help
I graduated from College and left a harsh reality in Philly behind. I assumed that with a degree in hand and all the right trappings, I would find the healing that I so desperately wanted. I relocated to Atlanta because that is where all the African-American professionals were supposed to go, right? I assumed that self-love and deep down happiness would come if I was in the right city, had a good job, nice car, home, clothing, etc. It didn't and it was a smack in the face. It took me years of inner work to be able to really stand in the mirror naked and deeply LOVE ME. All of me. It took so much time for me to understand that if I did not have the foundation of Self-love and acceptance, I would not be able to live a life of Passion, Purpose, and Abundance. There were so many years that on the outside, I looked fabulous!!! but on the inside I was suffering.
It doesnt have to be this way. I am so pleased to announce a guest on this week's show. Her name is Saeeda Hafiz and she is the author of an amazing book called " The Healing". Its all about how she was able to find healing and true happiness in Yoga and holistic eating. She did not allow her dysfunctional past to stop her in her search to live an authentic life. I have stacks of books in my home that are unfinished. Hers is the first book that I have read in quite some time, that I bookbinged!! I literally could not put it down. I cooked, cleaned, and even changed diapers while reading it. Her words are an authentic account of what it took for her to step into her greatness and she truly shines like the magnificient woman that she is!
Tune in! Let's have a real discussion about living one's authentic self regardless of the trappings that advertisers sell to convince you that their products will give you happiness and healing!
Jumah Khutbah byvisiting Hafeez, Imam Mohammed Ibn Uthman from Nigeria, at MOMAMMED MOSQUE HARTFORD CONNECTICUT AL-ISLAM,
followed by Imam Wallce Deen Mohammed lectures.
Join Rev. Goddess with her special Guest Hafiz Farid. This will be a special conversation about mans erotic purpose and his rize into his right power! Hafiz has dedicated himself to his community of men and became a mentor to most. He is especially gifted with intimate understanding of the Goddess and how important it is to honor the Queen as a Risen Man. Hafiz Farid is the Founding Execuive Director of the non-profit organization NoCane Inc, which has been providing art based seminars, workshops, projects and documentary films for over 25 years. Hafiz went on to produce/write/direct the award-winning documentary film, A Pillar of Salt: The Bitter Woman Syndrome. Join the show for explicit erotic gifted information for all men to RIZE!!!
Encore Presentation for Thurs. 04/16/15; 9:30 pm DST! This show is PRE-RECORDED (not "LIVE"/Do not call-in). The most listened-to show on this internet station for 3 years. Her name, for the purpose of this Internet radio interview, is Ms.Q. For converting from Islam to faith in Jesus 15 years ago, she remains anonymous in media interviews. She faithfully served as an aide to the most powerful family of a prominent Islamic nation. She joined the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and fought the Israelis in 1975. She was a devout Muslim who's made four pilgrimages (the "hajj") to Mecca, and is therefore a "haji". She's memorized the entire Qur'an, and is therefore a "hafiza". Both are honorary titles in Islam. She's visited Mecca and Medina over 100 times, cities holy to the faith. A contract was issued on her life upon her conversion, but when her assassin approached her at her door and confronted her, he himself came to faith in Christ right then and there. Her views on the objectives of Islam are most definitely NOT "politically correct" and are at odds with what Americans are being taught. This Thursday at 9:30 PM, EDT at www.scripturesdramatized.com Internet radio, she gives her testimony of how she came to faith in Christ. Guaranteed to be socially and politically "incorrect".
Bob Sima, Transformational Troubadour, Bridges Daily Life and Soul Consciousness
[Bob Sima (pronounced sEYE-ma) is to music what Wayne Dyer, Don Miguel Ruiz, and Eckhart Tolle are to books and Rumi, Hafiz, and David Whyte are to poetry. He has been called “Eckhart Tolle with a guitar”. He is a “Transformational Troubadour”, a way-shower, a guide, an awakener, and a musical mystic. Through the medium of melody and message, he leads listeners to an expanded consciousness, deeper sense of connection, and inner peace and purpose. His music bridges daily life and soul consciousness, the eternal with the now. He delivers instantly accessible songs that take up residence and resonance in your soul.]
Bob Sima is to music what Wayne Dyer, Don Miguel Ruiz, and Eckhart Tolle are to books and Rumi, Hafiz, and David Whyte are to poetry. He has been called “Eckhart Tolle with a guitar”. He is a “Transformational Troubadour”, a way-shower, a guide, an awakener, and a musical mystic. Through the medium of melody and message, he leads listeners to an expanded consciousness, deeper sense of connection, and inner peace and purpose. His music bridges daily life and soul consciousness.
Join Aging Younger radio and discover the higher vibration of Sima’s work as a dynamic singer-songwriter, performer, storyteller, speaker, servant of humanity, workshop and retreat leader, meditation and breathwork facilitator, and creative collaborator — often weaving all of these elements into a single performance. He guides audiences into a space for things – epiphanies, light bulbs coming on, shifts – to happen.
Sima’s mission for his music: “I come with a crystal clear divine purpose. With utmost and sacred devotion, I encapsulate – in song – my interpretations of the ancient, timeless wisdom of the ascended masters and of the contemporary teachers I meet in this life. Each and every song I birth begins as my personal conversation with Source, delivered as life lessons of spiritual growth, transformation, and expansion of consciousness. I share this gift to soften the hardest of hearts, widen the narrowest of smiles, loosen the tightest of grips, lighten the heaviest of loads, and thin the thickest of walls of as many souls as I can possibly reach. All for the greater purpose of lifting as much light and consciousness into this world at this time in human evolution when it is so called to be done.”
Bob Sima is to music what Wayne Dyer, Don Miguel Ruiz, and Eckhart Tolle are to books and Rumi, Hafiz, and David Whyte are to poetry. He has been called “Eckhart Tolle with a guitar”. He is a “Transformational Troubadour”, a way-shower, a guide, an awakener, and a musical mystic. Through the medium of melody and message, he leads listeners to an expanded consciousness, deeper sense of connection, and inner peace and purpose. His music bridges daily life and soul consciousness, the eternal with the now. He delivers instantly accessible songs that take up residence and resonance in your soul.
Episode #3: Thursday, October 23rd at 9pm. Broadcasting live with gratitude from Alexis Mitchell's studio in Toronto's West End. This month, we’re focusing on pain and release, release and pain, repeat. Looking, listening, feeling, watching, wailing. By loving ourselves through struggle and mourning, we find the deepest compassion we know:
- a thoughtful encounter with Sarah Abu-Sharar and 2 young participants from the Expressive Arts Camp for Palestinian Children, held at Palestine House over Thanksgiving weekend
- a conversation with Sharlene Bamboat and Amy Fung on Mentoring Artists for Women's Art's recent event: Who Counts? A Feminist Art Throwdown Symposium about art, feminism and artist-run culture
- a new feature in the Republic: oral reading of an image that’s been on my mind by Nasrin Himada, writer and film curator. Nasrin will bridge the aural and the ocular for us, describing an image of her choice in fine detail for your hungry ears to transmit to your wild imagining mind
- from the Archive: 1997's Beloved Community: bell hooks and Cornel West discuss thier respectful disagreement as the "beginning of a fuller, deeper love" in their loving, committed comradeship
- readings from Hafiz, Tara Brach and music from Cheryl L'Hirondelle, Ferguson October and more