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As we continue to read into the So-Called lost books of the bible we know now what they were hiding. Welcome to the reading and study of The Book of Jubilee's
We are broadcasting live to bring you updates on the impending blizzard. NYC Public Schools are closed. Non emergency vehicles are expected to be off the streets by 11:00pm. As the blizzard progresses, we will keep you updated.
Since we are on the air. We can discuss tonight's episode of Celebrity Apprentice. Tonight, in the first episode, Sig Hansen went home and deservedly so. I have been watching Celebrity Apprentice from the beginning and never have I seen a Project Manager have such an outburst. His behavior toward the bartenders was completely unprofessional and inexcusable. Had that been Vivica or Kenya, they would have been sent home.
And speaking of being sent home, Kenya talks about knowing so much about luxury, yet she was rolling around on the ground in front of children. She was representing Donald Trump.
During the second episode, the teams had the rask of recreating Trump Doral Miami. Kate was the Project Manager for Team Vortex with of course Geraldo as her co Project Manager. Ian Ziering a true class act was the Project Manager for Team Inifnity. I think Kate Gosselin had no intention of respecting Vivica and Kenya. Dare I say, Kenya was partially right. Kate only used them as gophers rather than getting solid input. She saw herself and Geraldo as the brains behind the operation and the other ladies were treated like Interns. I never saw Kate ask their opinion. If she asked Kenya for advice on how to make it more luxurious, she may have won. But since Kate lost, we were treated to boardroom battle between Kenya and Vivica. Why do all reality shows have to have African Americans at each other's throats. The scene was uncomfortable and unncessary. In the end, Kenya "twirled" her way out of being fired by kissing the butts of the Trump Family. Kate Gosselin was fired.
This week we will tackling problems that we have within Social Justice circles and under the umbrella as a whole.
This episode will deal with allies and when they go to far and go to hard.
They just make scene and actually aren't productive.
When help hurts, it isn't help.
Many brilliant faces on the scene and Jerry Wills is one of them. New to this experience? Hungry for higher consciousness thought? Jerry has another piece of the "STAR" within.
Meet Jerry Wills:
For as long as I remember I’ve seen and felt what I call life force essence around living things. During my early years I had no idea others were unaware of this. After many scoldings I learned to keep my intuitive flashes and comments to myself.
Growing up on a remote farm in Kentucky provided many years of isolation from the rest of the world. During my teen years I started to better understand how energy moves through all living things – plant, animal and human. Eventually my abilities progressed to where I was able to help myself, and others if they allowed it. More here, Link!
Jerry Wills is an accomplished healer, explorer, and musician with the band Bassist for Terrandomaly. Mr. Wills discussed his identity as an extraterrestrial from the Tau Ceti star system (12 light years from Earth) left here as an infant as part of a project of the Council of Worlds for the betterment of Earth. Mr. Wills has consented to an in-depth exopolitical interview with ExopoliticsTV and Alfred Lambremont Webre. Link! click and go:
More information on Jerry Here! www.EBH.club
This Musical Showcase shines a spotlight on Mint Julep Jazz Band based out of Durham, North Carolina. "A vintage sound that's always fresh" is the motto on their website and it couldn't be more fitting. Blending old with new and reviving a Swing Jazz dance scene that is fast on the rise, Mint Julep Jazz is sure to please the masses with their newest installment seeking crowd sourced funding on KickStarter. Help them help you enjoy sounds of old in days of new. Hosted by Tyler Wolf
Having shared the big screen with Jim Caviezel, Sam Sherpard, Andie MacDowell, and Tyler Perry, Clay Chappell has his biggest movie role to date in the Golden Globe winning "Selma", produced by Oprah Winfrey. Chappell was previledged to share the scene with Winfrey in one of the most climatic scenes in the movie.
The Georgia native not only acts, but is an accomplished golfer and he teaches junior golf He also co-owns and operates the Athens Area Junior Golf Tour and Oconee Junior Golf League.
We will talk to Chapell about working with a talented cast, his future projects, and his mission to bring golf to the next generation.
The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Monday, January 25, 2015th broadcast day with Monday Co-host John Bailey, publisher of the White Plains CitizeNetReporter (www.WPCNR.com) and Hezi Aris, publisher of the Yonkers Tribune (www.YonkersTribune.com), discuss the most pertinent issues of the day specific to White Plains and Yonkers, as well as Westchester County and beyond.
At 11 a.m. Hezi pivots onto the international news scene to consider impact from and by the issues that engage the world stage.
Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic. Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/
#faith is something we try to buy but you can't buy U into faith you have to go to possess your faith
Faith is only as far as you take it it's not coming to you in a simple package at times it takes time to build and develop the structure in times of being lonely and frustrated
Faith is your faith real or is it fake sometimes you can take a survey and say where is my faith today and how far should I take it
Faith this is only step one of faith which is your mindset . . . .
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In 2005, Mary Elizabeth Thunder was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, as part of 1,000 Women of Peace. The nominated women commit themselves daily to the cause of peace and justice, often under the most difficult circumstances. They call for reconciliation and organize peace negotiations, they rebuild what has been destroyed in villages and cities, they fight against poverty and create new sources of income. They struggle for access to clean water, land and other resources. They care for those infected with HIV and give war orphans a home. They denounce violations of human rights and publicly condemn all forms of torture. They silently protest in public places and seek solutions to all forms of aggression.
They work in their own villages and regions, in organizations and universities. Some are members of their governments or are active on the international scene. To be nominated they had to fulfill stringent criteria, such as: sustain ability of their work, integrity, the inclusion of all parties to a conflict, or being part of a wide network. The 1000 women are leaders, they are beacons of hope for all people, they are demanding and do not give up