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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF HAVING A GOD COMPLEX? WHO ARE THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE A GOD COMPLEX TODAY? DID BLACK BLACK PEOPLE AT ONE TIME HAVE A GOD COMPLEX? WHAT HAPPENED TO IT? DO BLACK PEOPLE LOOK AT A WHITE PEOPLE AS COMPLEXED GOD BEINGS? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL. AHMIR NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
The Nations: Shaken, Stirred, and Mixed Prophecy Headline News 11-24-14
The Nations: Shaken, Stirred, and Mixed on Prophecy Headline News today. From America to Eritrea, and on to Turkey, Syria, and Iraq; the Nations of men are being Shaken by circumstances out of their control, stirred into a complex array of events which are mixed well with violence and bloodshed. These have made the world into that heaving mass of discontent and chaos. Here we find that in the end, human life means little to others. But the truth of what is really happening is in itself an enigma. Here we find our own governments secretive ‘Refugee Resettlement Program’, which utilizes churches and social welfare as a guise to import entire communities of foreigners into local cities and rural states.
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Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her guest Jan Carpman & Diane Winbush:
Jan Carpman, PhD is a wayfinding expert with 30+ years’ experience on hundreds of projects in large, complex, public facilities. Believing that designed environments and their wayfinding systems should respond to the needs of the people who use them, she is proud to have involved thousands of users in her work. A skilled speaker, writer, and trainer, Jan is the author (with Myron Grant) of the award-winning books, Directional Sense: How to Find Your Way Around and Design that Cares: Planning Health Facilities for Patients and Visitors. She is a founding Partner in Carpman Grant Associates, Wayfinding Consultants, Ann Arbor, MI and holds degrees from the University of Michigan
We are a non profit organization created to provide training, education, empowerment, tools, and resources for women and from girls to women. Headed by Renowned Empowerment Coach Diane Winbush, we provide: -Empowerment Sessions Targeted to Assist Young Women in creating a positive and passionate future for themselves and society.-Tools Created and Implemented to Evolve Both the Lives of Young Woman and the Society they live in. By providing them with tons of our services. They expect less when attending the sessions and conferences, but exit with more than what expected. Its because of our passion for women and to build a foundation and purpose for them whether its a business woman or a stay-at-home woman.
I am the youngest of three girls born to Louis Hoseas Benjamin Moolman and Adelien Engelbrecht Moolman. I was born in 1972 in Johannesburg and lived in Cape Town, Pretoria, Ondangwa (Namibia) to name but a few. My father was a Sargent Major in the Army by the time he went on pension. My mother also joined the military while we lived in Namibia. Both of my sisters left the military as Sargent Majors. I was the only one who didn’t follow in my father’s footsteps. In part because I was found medically unfit to join the forces. I was the rebel in the family. I worked my way into a managerial position fresh out of College with nothing but a Secretarial diploma.
I made friends with people around the world. One of these people ended up being my husband. Who flew to South Africa and refused to leave until he had my hand in marriage. My father reluctantly allowed me to leave and my sisters were angry at me. I started a new life and in Canada I experienced new emotions that I was never aware of before.
I have the “White Shame” complex and “Survivor Guilt” the shame come from thinking of all the people who lost their lives and freedom during Apartheid, the guilt because I am raising my child in a place where the two of us can go for a walk in the bush without fear of other people, only animals. While my nieces’ children, who are slightly younger than him, haven’t even yet learned how to ride a bike because it’s not safe for them to leave their homes.
Bio ...Tattoo Billy has been around since 1992 formed by Hurstel Begley my father and me Ed Begley. We became activist when my friend Frans Maritz a Disc Jockey from Southern Africa started playing us on his Radio station Wild Horse radio ...I became an activist for him. After Children of ham
Marketplace Monday LIVE with Minetta Show
Join me and our special guest as we discuss your PURPOSE on our show next Monday, November 24 @ 11am EST/USA.
SPECIAL GUEST: Elder Jonathan M. Wynne, M.A.C.M., M.B.A., M.Ed
Author of "RSVP ~ Receive Salvation and Validate Your Purpose"
Jonathan Wynne lives out his purpose by serving people. He is CEO/Director of Education and Training for Kingdom Concepts. He is a licensed school administrator in Detroit where he provides support, encouragement and guidance to students, parents and staff members. He also serves on the board of directors for Central Detroit Christian CDC (Chairman), Samaritan Community Development Corporation (Vice President), Walls Manor Senior Living Complex (Secretary) and many other organizations and initiatives that help people to Receive Salvation and Validate their Purpose. For more details and information contact, http://www.rsvpmovement.com/
Daniel J. Schneck is my guest today and will be talking about his forth-coming book, Basic Anatomy and Physiology for the Music Therapist. Providing need-to-know information about the human body for music therapists, this book covers the elements of anatomy and physiology that are of particular relevance to clinical practice.
Addressing both the structure and function of the human body, the material is presented with the music therapist in mind. Particular attention is paid to the role of music in affecting responses from the organ systems, including the senses, the endocrine glands, the immune system, the musculo-skeletal system, the nervous systems and the vestibular system. Dr Schneck also uses accessible musical metaphors to explain complex biological information.
Emphasising the symbiotic relationship between music and the body, this book reveals how an understanding of this relationship can help music therapists to practice more effectively, and will be of interest to students and practitioners alike.
The author's previous co-authored book, The Music Effect (ISBN 9781843107712), has sold over 2200 copies since Dec 2005.
Dr Daniel J. Schneck is a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering and the Biomedical Engineering Society. He has published widely, including 24 books, and is a National Book Award nominated author. He is an international consultant on basic physiological function and the role of music in human adaptation. He is also an accomplished violinist and continues to perform professionally. He is based in Virginia, USA.
Publication date Sunday, June 21, 2015
USA Price $39.95
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Rap Report Card Radio Show #21 discusses rap industry sales and the Hip Hop Police that is watching rappers. This is the 21st show hosted by KBIZ Complex focusing on the music industry and advice for musicians.
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Yvette W. Jones talks with Hassan Latif (Founder) and Sean Ahshee Taylor (Senior Case Manager) of Second Chance Center, Inc. as they share their story and how they are helping others stay out of prison.
Hassan A. Latif is the Founder and Executive Director of Second Chance Center, Inc. As a Certified Addictions Counselor he provides one on one and group counseling services throughout the Denver Metro area. A nationally certified Cognitive Behavior Change Facilitator(NCTI), he also directs the mentoring efforts of SCC, while returning to various Colorado Department of Corrections prisons, and local community corrections/half way house facilities, to offer the same supportive services.
After serving almost 18 consecutive years in Colorado penitentiaries, Hassan embarked on a career trying to help others avoid prison. As a member of the Board of Directors of the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, he helps to drive that organization’s mission to reverse the trend of mass incarceration in the State of Colorado.
Sean Ahshee Taylor, was born in Springfield Massachusetts but grew up primarily in Denver Colorado. In the late eighties, at the age of 17, Sean got himself into serious trouble and was sentenced to life in prison. Upon his incarceration he began a journey of bettering himself. After serving 22 years within the Department of Corrections the outgoing Governor, Bill Ritter Jr., commuted Sean’s life sentence and he was released from prison. This former Gang Banger and Lifer is now a Case Manager, Mentor and Certified Fitness Instructor for the Second Chance Center. He is making the most of his second chance while doing his best to show others how to do the same.
Learn more about the organization, http://www.scccolorado.org
Have you lost a love one?
Son or daughter to drugs or to prison walls.
Maybe slain bythe bullet, etc.
God's Favorites' are reaching out to help heal your hurts.
Jesus said in Matt. 11:28 Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
Maiden Voyage Ministries is a bridge over troubled waters. It is a shining light in a dark world. We live in a very complex and incomprehensible matrix. We understand very little about the world we live in and even less about ourselves. So far nothing has worked to bring us all together. We strive for unity, community, fellowship, solidarity, unification, and that feeling of togetherness and we fail miserably. Our world is slowly dying. We are destroying ourselves, depleting our resources, poisoning our air, water, and land. People are suffering all over the world.Children are starving, innocents are being slaughtered all in the name of God and so called democracy. What if anything can we do to turn this around or at least slow it down and help people once again to feel a sense of peace and security. Tune in as we explore these many challenges that we are all faced with everyday. We invite you to make this station a regular part of your life. Enjoy the program. Share it with friends, family, and coworkers.
It seems to us that Gratitude just might be the answer to even the most complex life problems. We know for sure that it keeps us sober by shifting our perspective just enough to get us out of stuck-mode (self-pity, blame, defiance, anger) and into action (service, connection, honesty). Join us on this episode as we share our experiences with the power of gratitude in recovery and offer suggestions on how to build an active gratitude practice. Gratitude just might become the most potent tool in your recovery toolbox!
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