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  • What Is Love?

    in Relationships

    There are 7 types of love:Agape, Storge, Philla, Ludus,Pragma, Eros,  and Philautia. As human beings, we will all experience one or more of these types of love in our lifetime. It's what connects us.

    Today we will discuss what love means to you.  We want you to share your experiences with love and the impact it has had on your life.

    Come with an open mind, heart and spirit as we explore this holistic approach to love.

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    What is love?

    in Radio

    I'm very very excited about this show.  Why?  It's my wedding anniversary weekend and I want to share it with you.  This show will reflect the past year of what my husband and I have gone through and how God is the head of our lives.

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    in Relationships

    We will be discussing the importance of learning that operating in love does not stop just because things happen that is uncomfortable to us, or because we are hurt, disappointed or feeling helpless or persecuted in our relationships. We need to understand that the people in our lives are not the problem, it is the spirits in them that we are up against, and these principalities have to be dealt with through spiritual things. Anytime we refuse or resist to operate in love, we are operating with the same force as these spirits and therefore giving them full reign over ourselves and others. But when we choose to operate in love, we exhibit light and salt in the earth to those who are of this earth, so that they can see witnesseses of God's love. If we fall into the same reactions of those who persecute us, and don't learn to operate in love, how will anyone know that we are God's Children? 

    Matthew 5:11-12 (KJV)

    11 Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake.

    12 Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.

    Matthew 5:11-12 (MSG)

    11-12 “Not only that—count yourselves blessed every time people put you down or throw you out or speak lies about you to discredit Me. What it means is that the truth is too close for comfort and they are uncomfortable. You can be glad when that happens—give a cheer, even!—for though they don’t like it, I do! And all heaven applauds. And know that you are in good company. My prophets and witnesses have always gotten into this kind of trouble.

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    What matter most is love.

    in Spirituality

    God love is uncondictional.

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    What is Matter? And does it matter?

    in Spirituality

    I am very excited to share that if you would look at your life and just stop the ‘matter’, the ‘weight’, in all the stories that you continue to tell that holds you to your past, then instead begin to once again, in a conscious manner, put the matter, or weight, in the very aspects that will have you thrive and grow, then you will begin to have the very things in your life that you feared would never be a part of you.

    When I talk about ‘matter’, I am sharing that you are the one, the only one, that puts the vibration of sadness, of loss, of loneliness, etc. on things and you do this when you continue to say to yourself and others your life story as though you are still in the very center of that story.

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    What is love?

    in Christianity

    Historically, this is the time of year that many feel the valleys of gloom and even depression. Physicians and scientists attribute the lull to the season. Although it can be “the most wonderful time of the year” for some, it is a fact that a “cloud of darkness” appears for others. People undergo old and fresh losses, including death, separation, and divorce, rejections, bullying, and the lack of sun in many areas in the country contributes to this “cloud of darkness.”

    Forty years ago, almost to the week, Zenobia remembers the hollow stare of a woman who sat on the seat across from hers in a District of Columbia Metrorail car. The passenger’s question was, “What is love?” Her situation was someone she trusted and even loved had recently told her their relationship was over.

    There are three commonly known biblical terms for love, Agape, Eros, and Phileo, all of which are Greek words. While our plan is to examine the meanings of all three in the weeks ahead, in this segment we will discuss Agape love. We will do so not only in the context of the Metrorail car passenger, but also in the context of some of our most recent events in national and international news.

    Join us for the next Hope for Today podcast to learn how Agape love embraces each of these situations and so much more.


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    What is a Miracle and Why Do Miracles Matter?

    in Motivation

    Mircales are things we think of that happened a long time ago and live in stories that we hear over and over again. Then there are some moments in life and we say, it is a miracle that that happened. What is behind what happens to our souls when we hear about Miracles and what is a miracle in the first place? How does knowing that Miracles are not just a wild card happening, yet something that we actually witness each and every day? Tune in and Join in on the Discussion Tomorrow Morning at 5:30 AM, PST! 

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    Family Is Always Important, No Matter What

    in Entertainment

    Unfortunately, there is no interview today. Something happened to hinder it, but no worries. The Special Woman is taking care of what matters most. That happens to be family. You know what this is, right? A place to call home, where your heart deserves to be. Tune in to hear my heartfelt message about family.

    Also, it is our Dancing Monday. Put on your dancing shoes and grab that water bottle. We should boogie until we can't oogie no more. Are you ready to party?

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    Why Does It Matter If You Love Yourself?

    in Self Help

    Why do we think we can just give love when the well inside is dry? And if we don't have anything to give, what are we actually doing? 

    When the tank is empty, and we don't look in the mirror, but feel depleted, tired and perhaps, angry, our first response may be to beat ourselves up and others in our lives. We aren't really loving too much, are we?

    “Your task is not to seek love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” – Rumi

    This is the truth.

    All the barriers you carry against loving yourself, affect your ability to love others. Imagine, if you are pretty cruel to yourself, how do you treat your partner? It's not that you may be cruel, but guaranteed you're trying to fill a void. If you give to he or she from an empty well, expecting them to refill it, how could you demand they do so without giving it to yourself, as though it is their job? 

    I came up with this topic, because I know if I don't love me, then it's not too inviting for a healthy relationship. In fact it's a recipe for disaster. If you're not happy inside of yourself, I've got news for you, you will definitely create a situation, which matches that unhappiness with your mate.

    Join me on learning how to break through to the other side, so that your relationships not only work, but they thrive!

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    Black Love & Relationships: Do Our Relationships Still Matter?

    in Culture

    Black Love and Relationships is a place where we promote love and unity among melanated brothers and sisters. Our commitment is to promote love, peace, and unity between all of the survivors of the global diaspora. Every week we will bring you hot topics that delve into the Black experience.

    **In today's episode we will discuss the existance of traditional relationships. What do men expect? What about women? Where do our ideas about relationships come from? Is there any hope for love and long-term relationships?

    We will discuss relationships, hardships, and solutions. Join SiSi Harry and a special guest every Tuesday at 6:00 PM PST as we explore, discuss, and sometimes debate Black relationships, Black family, Black history, and Black culture. Feel free to call in with any questions you may have regarding these topics.

    Call in at (917)889-2830


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