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Why have we lost the sense of an Oath. Too often an obligation is mocked by behaviour. Let me share a thought about that. An oath taken does matter if the fellow doesn't care. Faced with such potential at the brink of masonry, it takes a dramatic lack of character to make ones obligations optional. One actually swears an oath to live byprinciples that we agree to study, then quickly discovers what I call the Big And First Dissappointment, learning that the betterment of self, is not on the minds of one and all in the same way it is on yours and mine. Within the gentle craft, do we step ahead alone? Perhaps the boy in us fathoms this as a quest but some boys are braver, some are foolish but it takes a smart boy to know when he needs to apply himself. My brother who is not a mason by the way, taught me about tolerances and I think the lesson applies with masons most stridently. We grow older, we let matters slide and I can tell you it is letting go that changes our tolerances...when we accept far less than our best effort AND WE KNOW IT. Then the lying starts- oh my goodness did I mention our human ability to tell ourselves fantastical lies long enough that we can actually begin to believe them?
Overcoming desire is a terrible challenging task. If one wants to see the reflection of a mature man when he looks in the mirror, he waits for that moment when he has understood and conquerored his own ego and the desires that pour from it like honey from the comb.
For thousands of men, freemasonry has been a classroom of the world. When we're dealing with the big picture, we are all small students, trying to get bye. Stop in for a visit- we'll talk as if we're old and close friends- about things masonic and things of interest to a mason. Then when you're all recharged, I'll expect you will commit scads of random acts of kindness.
See you soon, Graham
This week we will be talking about the elderly and special care and the benefits of that service.
We will also be talking about hospice care and the toll that that takes on the loved ones of the recipients.
Have you ever had a loved one that received special care? Do you know what that is? Do you know what the financial obligations of Special Care are? Is it available to everyone?
What about hospice care? What are the differences between Special Care and Hospice Care?
Have you ever had a loved one that received Hospice Care? What are some of the factors that determine whether a person should choose hospice Care or or not?
What is the emotional toll that is taken on the family of the recipient? Is Hospice Care always the end of the road for the recipients? Does anyone ever come back from receiving Hospice Care or is it usually time to just start making funeral arrangements?
This featured guest on this show will be Darby Didah McIntyre-Guy? who has worked in the Special Care industry for a little under 2 decades and has a wealth of knowledge on the topic from a manager's standpoint as well as working in the field.
Make sure you check out this very emotion-filled show that is sure to touch everyone's lives in some way.
Welcome to Real MOORS Talk. The talk show that gets right to the issues. Nationality, Birth Right, Religion, Social Status, Politics, you name it we cover it. The Holy Divine Prophet Noble Drew Ali stated "The children are our future so lets save our future. Join us on Blog talk Radio with your Hostess GSKS: Durriyyah, NGSK: Taj Tarik Khatib Bey, every Wednesday from 1-4PM est. Tune in The Truth will set you Free!!!
Discussion today on Real MOORS Talk
How Important is your freedom to you.
1. the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint:
2. exemption from external control, interference, regulation, etc.
3. the power to determine action without restraint.
4. political or national independence.
5. personal liberty, as opposed to bondage or slavery:
6. freedom from fear.
7. the absence of or release from ties, obligations, etc.
8. ease or facility of movement or action:
9. frankness of manner or speech.
10. general exemption or immunity:
11. the absence of ceremony or reserve.
12. a particular immunity or privilege enjoyed, as by a city or corporation:
13. civil liberty, as opposed to subjection to an arbitrary or despotic government.
14. the right to enjoy all the privileges or special rights of citizenship, membership, etc., in a community or the like.
15. the right to frequent, enjoy, or use at will:
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Andrew Powell is in for SCU today! The show is a little bit late because Andrew had other obligations, but the show still goes on! What will Andrew and Casey be talking about? Plenty of NBA for sure... You can call into the show at (646) 716-8715 and you can tweet the show @andrewrpowell, @CaseyWalloch, @SCUandWally and @305SportsNLife. SCU and Wally is Monday-Friday LIVE at 2:00 PM EST here only on MSL Radio.
The State of Illinois is the largest contributor to the state’s nonprofit sector. In spite of the fact that the Illinois economy is in recovery, the state is experiencing a $4 billion budget gap for FY 2016. Reduction in tax receipts make it difficult for state and local governments to meet their obligations and address the growing need for social services. The inability of the State to pay nonprofits on time is one of the greatest threats to the viability of the nonprofit sector. The nonprofit sector accounted for 8% of the State’s workers and 8.7% of the Gross State Product in 2000 (Donors Forum 2003).
How are your nonprofit peers dealing with tough times? Tune in Monday, June 29, 2015 to participate in a discussion of how nonprofits are coping with state budget cuts and other threats to the funding environment. Call in live at (347) 884-8121. You don't need an account to listen, but, if you want to participate in an online chat, open a listener-only account at https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener to participate in a live chat.
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AAA Motor Club receives a failing grade from a customer with multiple negative experiences;
Airline Kiosks: Love them? Hate them? One frequent traveller and their opinion;
What to do with work contractors who fail to honor their contractual obligations;
PETA is on the street with virtual reality orca shows; attempts at discrediting SeaWorld;
Dos and don’ts in donating to not-for-profit charities, appropriate use of funds;
Reconditioning and repurposing instead of discarding and repurchasing new items including car repairs, furnishings, education and services;
Scapegoating: Blaming icons and symbols doesn’t cleanly wipe away freedom of speech, offensive or exalting speech - using critical thought and common sense.
Tonight’s music: Julia by Pavlov’s Dog
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JOIN ME LIVE ONLINE TUESDAY, 6/23 9AM ET FOR Living the Shift! Have you ever felt trapped in your life, trapped in a situation, and whenever someone would suggest for you to leave the situation, your answer was, "I just can't leave it, because of ________..." (fill in the blank with any number of "reasons").
In this week's episode, we'll talk about our "personal chains," what we use as leverage so we can hold ourselves back, and what makes that up. Pretty much EVERYONE has had SOMETHING in their life that they've at some point held on to because they believed they didn't have a choice... until that choice blew up or exploded out of this existence of its own accord. Relationships, obligations... you name it.
"So often times it happens | that we live our lives in chains | and we never even know we have the key..." (The Eagles, Already Gone)
We'll explore the causes of these "chains," why it's REALLY important to look at and release this right now... and how to begin removing them with as much grace and ease as possible (because you CAN)... for a much freer, higher vibration experience.
Hope you can join me!
THIS SUNDAY IS A TIME TO RECOGNIZE FATHERS FOR WHAT THEY DO. AND WHILE IT'S SAD THAT WE HAVE SO MANY FATHERS WHO DON'T LIVE UP TO THEIR OBLIGATIONS IN A WORLD OFTEN MISGUIDED AND WITH DEPARTURE OF A GOOD MORAL CODE FOR SO MANY, MANY FATHERS DO MEET THEIR OBLIGATION TO SUPPORT AND NURTURE THEIR CHILDREN AND DEVELOP THEM INTO GOOD MEN AND WOMEN OBEDIENT TO GOD.
WE'LL TELL A LITTLE STORY FROM NATURE THAT HIGHLIGHTS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF GOOD FATHERHOOD, HAVE A LITTLE CHRISTIAN MUSIC, AND PRAY FOR ALL FATHERS EVERYWHERE.
I HOPE YOU'LL SHARE A MOMENT WITH US AT 7:30 SUNDAY MORNING. KICK START YOUR FATHER'S DAY IN A POSITIVE DIRECTION.
Sociopaths, they are everywhere (and not necessarily in jail). Tey are your teachers, CEO's, government officials, your neighbor next door-or even in your family. “They appear to function reasonably well—as lawyers, doctors, psychiatrists, academics, mercenaries, police officers, cult leaders, military personnel, businesspeople, writers, artists, entertainers and so forth—without breaking the law, or at least without being caught and convicted. These individuals are every bit as egocentric, callous and manipulative as the average criminal psychopath; however, their intelligence, family background, social skills and circumstances permit them to construct a façade of normalcy and to get what they want with relative impunity.”DR. Robert Hare. According to DSM-IV, a person can be diagnosed as antisocial if since age 15 he or she has shown a pervasive pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others. The person must have indicated at least three of the following:
Failure to conform to lawful social norms
Impulsivity or failure to plan ahead
Irritability and aggressiveness, as indicted by repeated physical fights or assaults
Reckless disregard for safety of self or others
Consistent irresponsibility, as indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior or honor financial obligations
Lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent about having hurt, mistreated or stolen from another
Donna Anderson, author of Love Fraud and Red Flags of Love Fraud
Will be joining us tonite telling us what to look out for.
Hosts Doreen Finkle and Rueben Torres
You know how easy it is to get stuck in a situation and feel as if you can’t get away from it––like a bad relationships, family obligations, debt, deadend job, a career that no longer inspires us, socal responsibilities, etc. Sometimes we just fall into a rut and stay there because we simply don't see a way out. It's then that we realize our hopes and dreams are going unfulfilled. Getting unstuck isn't always easy, but it can be done––and we're going to talk about that. Join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, on Saturday, 13 June 2015 at 3:00PM GMT (10:00AM EDT) as that share how to get unstuck in life.
We are broadcasting a bit late today becayse of work obligations. Todays is all about "Money Secrets". Should couples share financial information? Should your spouse know how much money is in your personal bank account? There are always two sides to every coin family. To tell or not to tell, that IS the question. Does your man put his wallet way when he knows you have money? Does your woman have her hand out every time you turn around, needing something trivial while contributing very little to the upliftment of the relationship? Lets take a closer look...
On Tuesday, June 9, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
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State Rep. Brandon Dillon joins the program to discuss Ford Motor Company stepping up to the plate on their tax credit obligations and a future investment in Michigan for over $3 billion.
Ryan Fishman is back this week with another legal round up and more insights into the wonderful world of politics. This will be one interesting conversation!
Tom Jensen with Public Policy shares a recent poll proving that the American people want, and need, the Affordable Care Act and hope the Supreme Court leaves well enough alone with their decision on King vs. Burwell.
Mark Brewer is back this week to discuss Voting Rights, at the front and center of this election season!
Chad Selweski, award winning journalist and seeker of truth drops in today with tales of political woe and a deep divide between political philosophies, and oh, so much more.
Rene Moreno visits the VOTP to discuss the persecution of an immigrant and a march to hopeful freedom that needs your support.
You are always welcome to join us on-air by calling 855-381-8795. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People, and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @VOTPTony.