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July ends with a bang. Etsy has reversed itself on the ban of selling metaphysical items, according to a blog posting by the ATC. A Hindu celebration is brought to an end due to pressure from animal rights activists. An Orthodox Jew, recently released from prison, repeats his attack of ten years ago and stabs multiple people at an LGBTQ pride event in Jerusalem. All of this and more in this week's edition of the Pagan Weekly News.
Join RevKess and KaliSara as they give their Pagan perspectives on some of the news and issues facing the world today.
The "I have a dream speech by Martin L.King debuted in Detroit over fifty years ago on June 23, 1963 and changed the course of this nation, and re-imagined what was possible. Born that same year on July 23rd, I recently celebrated my 52nd Birthday, and realize that my life has been engulfed inside the Civil Rights, and parallels closely with the transformation I endured causing me to re-imagine the little black girl born in 1963 also,
Today we are sharing about the healing that must occur between these two cultures that caused such strong divisional lines of hatred, distrust, and pain merely based on skin tone. Although our nation has become much more diverse and Civil Rights are being fought for so many more, we still have a core pain in cities across the nation that still reek with the racial tension of the past.
Today, let's look at racial reconciliation and find ways to re-imagine ourselves, our cities and our nation.
What's possible for us today should we have dialogue about the pain we have both experienced? Our featured guest, poet and author Alicea Davis has a special message for healing our communities and racial reconciliation. Join me as she shares what she has re-imagined for us here in Detroit, and the work she's doing to close the gap in our consciousness so we see ourselves anew - as citizens of the same family. May we all remember our Divine heritage, our spiritual birthrights, and co-creative powers for creating a miraculous world.
Let's re-imagine our self-image, re-create our belief in everyone's worthiness, and choose to live in excellent communities that flourish abundantly with knowledge, intelligence and resources to be self-sustaining.
in Self Help
Everyday People with host Monica Douglas Davis
Nine people were murdered on June 17th in South Carolina, by a young man filled with hatred.
Racism and hatred is very much alive in America. Give your opinion and weigh in on this topic and what we can do to change this on EVERYDAY PEOPLE with host Monica Douglas. Davis
Hosted by Augi Schmitz and Mitch Mallett. Broadcast on 1490AM Tampa Bay and here on BlofTalkradio.
This past weeks Supreme Court decision was a monumental moment in American history, as it guaranteed the right for gays and lesbians to get married and established full marriage equality.
"This has been a historic week for all of us. We were victorious in the biggest civil rights battle in my generation's history to date - now our LGBT friends and family can finally marry the person they love in all 50 states. A flag that represents arguably the most tragic period in our nation's history is coming down all across the South and big corporations are refusing to sell this symbol of hatred. And, people like me were allowed to keep the healthcare we desperately need and deserve. It is weeks like this that make me proud to be an American! How did this week make you feel?"
"How did the two parties switch places regarding the South, white supremacy, and civil rights? In Lincoln’s day, a radical Republican was an abolitionist, and when blacks did get the vote, they almost unanimously voted Republican. Today, the archetypal Republican is a Southern white, and blacks are almost all Democrats. How did American politics get from there to here?"
Our goal at the Yehudah Project is to establish open communication and build a bridge with love to combat the negative spirits that attempt to attack our men and women through hatred and division. We want to recognize and appreciate each other through love, support and accountability while taking responsibility for our behaviors and actions.
STOP the abusive dialog between our Hebrew men and our Hebrew women, because we are experiencing the same identical hardships today and we need to heal each other with love.
It is mandated by YHWH for us to come together and pray: we are a nation of people with dual nationalities and we have to open dialog as a nation to prepare ourselves and our families for the changes that are about to happen according to the Word. Children are won through the union of the man and the woman. Let’s remember our children learn what they live!
STOP ABUSING EACH OTHER AND LET’S TALK!
Episode 2617 - The Anatomy of Hatred - Carl Henderson
Recorded 6-25-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
Pastor Carl Facebook: www.facebook.com/carl.henderson.98
Email him at: email@example.com
Are you searching for the answers to life's mysteries? Well, so are we! lets look for them TOGETHER!
Tonight, a frank discussion about being "religious" VS being "Spiritual". Religion has been responsible for the fomation of so much divisiveness, hatred and war on this orb that it boggles the mind. Religious people wage war on their fellow man physically, verbally, and emotionally. Do Spiritual people do the same? Its worth a discussion, plus our other topics for the night. Stop by have some fun.
There is a lot of talk about President Obama, and somewhere Don Lemon saying N i g - you know the rest. Heated discussions, pro and con on this one. And let's get to the bottom of this, whether or not we do - whether it is spoken or thought, what's the difference? You think the President has more power than PEER PRESSURE?
GAY MARRIAGE - as it looks, gays, lesbians can get married in any state now. And the truth of the matter for all the high powers and big bigs that didn't want this to go down - YOU DID IT TO YOURSELF by being unfair. That's the way I see it. You did it to yourself. People everywhere want to be treated fair and equal - that is never going to change.
And FINALLY (in the subject box) - will taking the confederate flag down, stop hatred and racism? 347-205-9366.
in Self Help
Forgive People in the Community & Community Leaders- Community leaders, including the church leaders should help communities with repentance, forgiveness, healing, & reconciling broken relationships. Racism is a product of hatred, which is a sin. Citizens are doing harm to their own citizens with guns, electronic weapons, electromagnetic radiation, drones & criminal activities. Community leaders may want to investigate past & present injustices/atrocities, i.e. human rights violations or crime against humanity, by conducting public hearings & investigations. Reconciliation cannot happen unless TRUTH is revealed. A F.B.I. agent said, “Nobody is above the law & no one whose position places them above the reach of those rules & regulations, which govern the rest of us.”
Prophetess Letitia Peters states, "In my Love Campaign, I state how I love America, but how I hate its sin, evil, pride & arrogance. With God's help, I will shine the light on the darkness, which is overtaking America & other nations. I have been praying Psalm 35 for our enemies. "Are you making a contribution to make society a better place for all people to live?
Scriptures About Citizens/People:
Makes Jesus your Lord proud of you by being good citizens. Respect the authorities, whatever their level; they are God's emissaries for keeping order. It is God's will that by doing good, you might cure the ignorance of fools. Exercise your freedom by serving God, not by breaking the rules. Treat everyone you meet with dignity. Love your spiritual family. Revere God. Respect the government. (1 Peter 2:13-17)
Be a good citizen. All governments are under God. Insofar as there is peace and order, it's God's order. So live responsibly as a citizen. (Romans 13:1)
On June 17, a lone gunman, Dylan Roof took the lives of 9 members of the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Since this heinous act, many have speculated Dylan's motive. Some say it religious, while others argue that Dylan's plan was set in motion due to his hatred of Black people. Join us tonight as we discuss.