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Butterfly Evolution welcomes 2015 by honoring and interviewing LEADING MEN who are changing the world by being the change they want to see. These are men with strong minds, great hearts, true faith and ready hands. It is said, true leaders don’t create followers they create more LEADERS.
Join Butterfly Evolution as we welcome eight powerful LEADING MEN:
Mr. Jamaal Bowman, Monday Jan. 26th - 8 pm CST
Mr. Henry Garden, Monday Jan. 26th - 9 pm CST
This line up consists of Husbands, Authors, Founders, Educators, Ministries and much more.
Join us we welcome and honor LEADING MEN. Listen or comment at www.blogtalkradio.com/butterflyevolution or by calling 818-691-7406
What does it mean to lead and what are the effects of men leading or not leading? Let's talk about it!
Another installment of Conservative Refuge Radio tonight at 8pm.
On tonight's show:
A follow-up to my appearance on the Marc Steiner show talking about the First Hogan Budget. I will also share some initial reactions in the media.
A closer examination of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. How pro-business is it really?
Some discussion of the efforts to bring Oregon style euthanasia to Maryland. I am not a fan.
We return with our popular "Get Off My Lawn Segment" discussing this nonsense from a cyclist insisting that we need to "share the road".
All this, your phone calls to 760-259-2711 and much, much more tonight at 8pm on Conservative Refuge Radio.
Dr. Eric Pearl has been featured in top media including The Dr. Oz Show, The New York Times and CNN. He has presented at leading venues including the United Nations and Madison Square Garden. His internationally bestselling book, The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself, has been endorsed by notables including Deepak Chopra, MD and Wayne Dyer, PhD. Eric Pearl,founded Reconnective Healing which has been helping people around the globe for issues such as cancer, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and other severe health conditions. Reconnective Healing is supported by researchers affiliated with Harvard, Yale, and Stanford, and has been taught to people worldwide. Eric’s book, The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself, has been endorsed by Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer. Read Dr. Pearl's amazing books!
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Tricksters are among the most entertaining characters in world mythology. Usually male, they delight in breaking rules, boasting, and playing tricks on both humans and gods. Most tricksters are shape-changers who can take any form, though they often appear as animals. Tricksters play a prominent role in African and Native American mythologies. But one of the world's greatest and most interesting trickster figures is not only a god, but a god of high metaphysical content. He is Eshu-Elegbara, one of the orisha, the West African deities that are worshiped in many related forms across African and the African diaspora in the New World.While he embodies many obvious trickster elements-- deceit, humor, lawlessness, sexuality--Eshu-Elegbara is also the god of communication and spiritual language. He is the gatekeeper between the realms of man and god.Black Americans were forced to hide their deities or dress them up in Catholic garb, while whites cut themselves off from all but the most superficial appreciations of those African cultural values that managed to survive.Seth, the Pig, the Ass, is always Playing Games with Others For his own Benefit. Seth was a (Female) Trickster God. Later he is transformed into a Serious, Clever, Mischievous Male Creature, who tries to survive the Dangers and challenges of the world using Trickery and Deceit as a defense. Seth is the God who needs Power to cover his own Fear for the God of the Gods. In the Christian Faith Seth/Pan, the God of Nature, was transformed into the Red Angel of Evil, Lucifer, Satan (Set-Hen).He is the Lord of the Red Sahara Desert, Master of the Thunders Storms, Disorder, Darkness and Warfare. Seth is the Cause of the Change of the Climate that destroyed the Green Sahara, the Garden of Eden. Seth is also the Cause of the Great Deluge.
Join in every Sunday at 10am for special guest interviews as well as informative and thought provoking segments. Segments such as Café MJ: A Virtual Café where we meet with a cup of tea, coffee, or your favorite beverage and a recent copy of the Muslim Journal. In this Cafe atmosphere, read, discuss articles and enjoy our paper together.
Quranic Word of the Week with Imam Abdul Azeez. In this segment we take a look at a word or idea in Qur’an so we can better understand the message that is being conveyed and how we are to apply that idea to our lives.
Faith and Industry with Abdullah Rasul where we discuss foundational concepts of Faith and Industry as preparation for entry and true success in this intended yet by us, mostly unchartered field (Garden).
And last but not least – Health Tips (presenters vary). Here we share and review basic information that when utilized will serve to assist us in our pursuit of optimum health and well being.
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And Have A Wonderful Day!
What FUN!!! we are going to have on this show today! It is going to be HOT, Hot, Hot! Literally.
1) The President of Nate's American Made Store ONLINE Retailer will be on and he is excited! He has a GREAT Announcement to help Community Gardens this year for 2015. He will tell us about his ONLINE store, and what products he has for Garden Equipment and Tools. So, join us!
2) Monsanto has some HOT, Hot, Hot new 2015 Hot Peppers from their Vegetable Seed area. The Hot Pepper Breeder will keep us posted on their brand new All American Selection Winners. You will be able to snatch up these seeds this year and make your Community Garden sizzle HOT, Hot, Hot Peppers this year!
3) St. Charles, Illinois, has been doing Community Gardens for 40 years. YES! Congrats! to them. Lets hear how they are keeping in there, who they serve, any new future plans, programs, partnerships and more. Our Guest this week is very passionate about Community Gardens and when you hear what she has to say, you will be starting a Community Garden where you live also. Join us.
This week is action packed and you will learn a lot. Start a Community Garden where you live, work, or play! today! Get started.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
Books and AudioBooks: Community Garden Revolution
Community Garden Revolution Notes!
Host Kathy Sipple speaks with Marshall Willoughby, a hard core environmentalist from Gary, Indiana about his permaculture lifestyle. Marshall lives in a 120-square foot geodesic dome and generates his first 1000 watts of electricity using his home built wood gasification unit. He grows much of his own food and considers it medicine since it is far superior to a lot of what is grown commercially in nutrient depleted soil.
"One day, Willoughby believes, there will be no gas for your cars and your toilet will not flush. If that day comes — and Willoughby thinks it will soon — he will wake again on the floor of his dome, load wood into his generator, and his life will not have changed at all." Excerpted from a Chicago Tribune article. Read the rest here.
One of the secrets to a great garden is what you feed it. You control the garden's diet and what you get out of it is directly related to what you put into it. Composting is going to be a key ingredient to feeding your garden, keeping the soil alive and healthy, and making sure you are reusing the stuff that is coing out of the home rather than adding it to the refuse mountains growing around the nation.
We will also discuss "Hay Bale Gardening". This is the method of using bales of straw as containers to hold and grow your plants. When I first heard about this, I thought it was just kind of a lazy urban thing that was trending, but as I continue to study and learn about it, I find it is a really great way to add to your gardening skills for a good many reasons.
We always want to have you share your gardening, or any other skills oyu have, with the listeners. You can do this by calling in to 347-308-8790 and speaking with the call screener.
Hope to see you there!