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On Halo Kids Tales: LOVE by Jessica Maliepaard & Spirit Storybooks: Three Traditional Tales from Around the World by author Aaron Zarah and read today by the illustrator,Della Burford.
LOVE~ Follow a Mama bird, some horses, goats, even an angry ocean, and more. Inspiring words coupled with delightful and colorful illustrations. The first of its kind, this book promises to entertain, teach, and direct children to love and appreciate life as honorable people. LOVE, will encourage its readers to love themselves and others. BUY: www.amazon.com/Love-David-Perez-Jupin/dp/1937504670
Jessica Maliepaard's site: www.bibleversebooks.vpweb.com/
Spirit Storybooks: Three Traditional Tales from Around the World ~ In Spirit Storybooks, they’ll make friends with everyone from Bamapama, the Aboriginal Australian hero who chased a kangaroo and discovered the sunrise, to Jesus as a boy, Buddha, and many others who have walked the path of spirit come alive in Spirit Storybooks, too. In Spirit Storybooks, children will see the world -- and themselves - in a wholly new light! Buy: www.amazon.com/Spirit-Storybooks-Three-Traditional-Around/dp/0992055342
Aaron Zarah's site: www.atozspirit.com/
Della Burford's site: www.dellaburford.com
JD and show site: jdholiday.blogspot.com
Show's site: halokidstales.blogspot.com/2014/07/love-by-jessica-maliepaard-spirit.html
Tonight at 11pm ET/8 PT on Ernest Radio Network, it's Music Monday.
We are highlighting one of the most talented percussionists and musicians to come out the Bay area in years - Ms. Sheila E! Back in 1986, she released The Glamorous Club Dance EP, with four remixes of familiar and new songs. That's what you'll hear tonight. It's time to go back in time a little bit, and appreciate the fact that Ms. E. is still kicking today harder than ever!
Love On A Blue Train (Full Version)
The Glamorous Life (Club Edit)
Sister Fate (Extended Version)
The Belle of St. Mark (Dance Remix)
Doreen Bennett Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Raukawa, Te Arawa and Te Wainuiarua. My life’s work is reflected my belief to restore traditional values, beliefs and practices as the basis for our Maori families to forward in today’s world. My career objective is to add value to Indigenous people through sharing knowledge and experiences. This has been an active part of my work since 2011 establishing a Cherokee and Maori network, international cultural exchanges for your youth and education programs.
Naku tou rourou, Nau toku rourou, ka ora ai te iwi (with your basket and my basket our peoples will strive)
Mashu White Feather of the Chickamauga, Ani Gaduwa Tsalagi (Cherokee) and also Osage. We are Ani Tsisqua (Bird Clan), one of the seven clans that make up the Tsalagi (Cherokee) tribe. I am a retired healthcare professional and have also worked Indigenous education, in the state of Wisconsin, with Baraboo school district and also as Indigenous American Student Advisor at Madison Area Technical College. I also have been lecturing on our people and culture , internationally, for about 45 years.
Doreen and Mashu are Indigenous Consultants for Two Feathers International.
The state of the education system, whether it's public or charter, is in serious need of help. For this reason we are replaying this show again to raise awareness of a few of the issues going on in charter schools. Kicking off the show is "Style Avenue" with Arielle. She will get you up to date on what's going on in the fashion world whether it's on the runway, at an event or on the streets. Then tune in as Mr. Yancey discusses "What's going on in charter schools?". Regardless of whether it's public, private or charter schools, our students deserve a nurturing, stable learning environment. Unfortunately, that is not the case in some schools that are suppose to be an alternative to public schools. What are your thoughts about this?
How long is too long -- or not long enough -- when it comes to a soap character mourning their beloved partner, ala GENERAL HOSPITAL's Patrick and Sam? How important is it for a character's morality to either track or, at the very least, make sense (ala Brady finding God on DAYS OF OUR LIVES)? And how do you move a great character past a horrific mistake made by a writing regime (ala THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS' Adam kidnapping Sharon's baby or DAYS' Sami shooting EJ in the head?) This will be our kicking off point tonight as host Richard M. Simms, executive editor of Soaps In Depth magazine, takes your calls on these and other topics. Rememer, as always, where the conversation goes is up to you! Got something you want to contribute or an entirely different topic you'd like to discuss? Call in!
ENVISION THIS: “Enhancing the natural flow of carbons to soil will result in increased microbial diversity, improved nutrient cycles, expanded water holding capacity, greater resilience, improved ecosystem health, and a more satisfying, profitable future for farmers and ranchers”…and, as a co-benefit, sequesters carbon from the atmosphere!
In Grass, Soil, Hope, A Journey through Carbon Country our guest, Courtney White explores the multiple ways CO2, when sequestered in soil, can become our ally instead of our enemy. Here’s just some of the food for thought offers us:
“Carbon is not ‘the bad guy’—carbon is part of our essence. Its story needs to be told and heard. It is our past, present, and future. It is our story. It is the story of grass. The story of green. The color of hope.”
“Every living thing above ground—whether it’s hairy vetch, a mighty ponderosa pine, an elusive coyote, an endangered bird, a busy beaver, or an equally busy human being—depends on the vast universe of life in the soil…and at the heart of this micro world is carbon, the glue that holds the web together.”
“The Greenhorns are the new alchemists. Carbon and glomalin are the new alchemy. Food is the new gold.”
“Art, harmony, beauty, aesthetics—as perceived by us—are all signs of health in nature and ourselves…The principles that made a practice restorative and regenerative were the same ones that made it beautiful.”
“We don’t need to wait for something new under the sun to come along to restore the land and ourselves to health. It’s here.”
Join Courtney and us in exploring these hopeful observations for which Michael Pollan wrote a foreword.
Spend some time with four sisters who've found that flying the southern coop doesn't mean you've escaped the Bird's nest. This show will let you in on a little of the wisdom, zaniness and southern comfort always available from their mother, the Bird, and a cast of other wacky wonderful women who've helped raise, grown up with, or recently latched onto the sisters as they've all moved out, moved on, moved up, moved back to their southern home town.
Join the sisters as they coo and cackle over their collective interests and poke fun at each other on their particular personal passions all the while checking with their Team of Experts - Aunt Nurse Betty the medical expert, Lisa the globe hopping celebrity flight attendant, Hairdresser Fran, Debbie the husband expert (with 5 and counting) Cousin Roj, their manspert, Billy, the sister who's a mister, and Susan their astrologist on retainer, to name a few.
Crisis moments, music, literature, movies, medicine, woo woo, and current events with sassy southern commentary.
♥...in honor of #NelsonMadela's Birthday, we attempt to honor his #CallToAction, with 67 (representing, 27 years he spent in prison + 40 years of service to his Country), #MandelaMinutes (The amount of time, we are requested, to engage in #ActsOfPeace & Kindness)
Today, it's an Honor, to spend time with the Architects of 'The #MagicOfMandela: 20 Years of Democracy' (http://www.lulu.com/shop/search.ep?contributorId=1292964), Avril Guthrie (http://twitter.com/AvrilGuthrieUK), & Michelle Wright (https://www.facebook.com/DragonflySoulPhotography)...in collaboration with @DyanDiamond (http://dyandiamond.net/), & Alex Beat (http://www.alexanderjohnnybeat.com/), @TrueNorthHouse (http://www.truenorthhouse.com/) publishing/entertainment, is kicking some Major #BeTheChange Butt (on the heels of 'Love You: How To Live In Love' http://www.amazon.com/Love-You-How-To-Live/dp/1312155736)
So, sit back, enjoy the ride, & let's pay hommage to both a Man, & a Legacy of Faith (See it as it is, See it more Wonderful than it is, then Make it that way)
SiMBa says OUT...;-) http://t.co/6rt4lsCA5b
Knitting Expert Sally Melville is joining Marly to talk about her career, her classes and her passion for knitting.
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Joseph Campbell, renowned storyteller and interpreter of the mythological, has stated about Rites of Passage, “Nature initiates women and society initiates men”.
What he means is that women learn through their bodies about being women (menses, childbirth, menopause) and men have to be initiated through the culture. But we have largely forgotten about meaningful rites for boys. Too many men are grown boys until they come to a point in their lives where they must grow up, either through the military, the birth of a child, or some other initiatory activity, like hunting, fishing, or an actual initiation. Women also need to be acknowledged for being who they are, as mothers and in the culture at large. Acknowledgement of being, is one of the most important things we can do for each other, especially the children.
In my family, we do just that! We acknowledge each child coming up with a ceremony when they turn 13. Originally inspired by a Bar mitzvah and African tribal rites, I created a secular/spiritual ceremony with the help and permission of my sister Kisti and her husband Sid. We call it the Blue Heron Ceremony. It has been in our family since 1982, when Lysne, my niece, turned 13. I carved a bird, a fledgling Heron taking off from it’s perch just for the occasion. Now, a grown woman with her own children, she and her husband Craig, are offering the ceremony to their children. During a summer vacation we gathered in Door County, Wisconsin, we honor another child of the family. Listen to the family describe the ceremony and the effect of it on their lives over the years and may it inspire your family to do something similar.
The Kyote Ugly Show returns tonight for Episode 18, an episode featuring perhaps the best cast in the show's history.
Kicking things off will be Bellator MMA commentator Sean Wheelock, who joins the show to discuss his new book about the creation of the UFC, 'Is This Legal?', which he wrote in conjunction with UFC co-creator Art Davie. Wheelock will also discuss the recent changes inside the Bellator MMA organization as well as the upcoming Bellator 122 and Bellator 123 events.
Then, David McKinney and Kyle Rozewski will be joined by veteran fighter Pete "Drago" Sell. Best known for his time on "The Ultimate Fighter 4," Sell competed 7 times in the UFC from 2005-2009. He is a black belt under Matt Serra and is a member of the Serra-Longo Fight Team. He will return to the cage in September after a layoff of more than 2 years to face Elijah Harshbarger for the Ring of Combat welterweight title.
And finally, PinnacleFC matchmaker Dave Klick will join the show to close out the night. Klick will discuss the highly successful PinnacleFC 8 event from this past weekend in Pittsburgh, as well as future plans for the fast-rising organization.
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