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The news is blowing up of news of children being stolen off the streets, running away and getting tricked over social media. How do we as a community protect our children better? Are we letting our children have too much access to the world? What do you know about your neighbors and the people who socialize with your neighbors? Can you even trust your neighbors have your best interest in mind? Will your neighbor report things they see your children do, like sneak people in the house?
Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years after: Bonnie Kaye: Our Children and Heroine
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Since Hurricane Katrina, the onslaught of heroine into St. Bernard Parish has increased to nearly epidemic proportions. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that in 2009, the drug induced death rate in Louisiana was higher than the national average. For the 2004 - 2008 time period, St. Bernard Parish in Louisiana had the 5th highest rate of drug poisoning deaths in the country, at 48 deaths per 100,000 population.
Our guest, Bonnie Kaye, lost her daughter to heroine. Bonnie’s grieving began years before her daughter Jennifer stuck a needle in her arm for one last high.
“My daughter was dying for a long period of time,” Kaye, an Oxford Circle resident, said recently. “You are dying for a long time before the actual death comes.”
Kaye shares the heartbreaking story of her daughter’s overdose death in 2002 with her new book Jennifer Needle in Her Arm: Healing from the Hell of My Daughter’s Addiction.
Writing is familiar territory for Kaye, a relationship counselor and author of eight books who also operates the Northeast GED Center, in Philadelphia. But that experience, as well as the passage of 12 years, didn’t make her latest book any easier to write.
Please join us for a compelling and emotional look at an American tragedy.
Come join us at the Art of War Network, with Host Earl Simmons, and Steve Khaemwaset Johnson, author of "Wake Up Young Black Males; Life Is What You Make It" and "How Did I Get Here? From A Kushite To A Thug" Wednesday, Steve Johnson will speak on the ancestor, and elder, Dr Yosef Ben Jochannon, at 8:00 pm Est. to 10:00 pm Est, with our open forum of paying homage to our elder. Call us here at 1-347-857-3470, with your questions, and comments. You may want to listen in, so join us on this Wednesday evening. Or you may reach us online at www.blogtalkradio.com. Enjoy the Show.
In light of the recent events taking place in our nation, Reverend Terry Lee, Pastor of Byways & Hedges Church,located in Brooklyn, NY, is inviting all to a prayer vigil in Washington D.C. The event will take place on May 2, 2015. Rev. Lee believes that through prayer, our nation can be healed. Rev Lee is calling all "prayer warriors" to join him at our Nations Capital. The time has come for us to stand up and in one voice, heal our nation, our people and ourselves.
Helena Margareta and Rev Elizabeth Thompson talking about spiritual growth and how we can develop spiritual practices that make a difference in our lives.
Helena Margareta offers classes, seminars, workshops and CDs. For more information visit http://activale.com
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About this episode: THE GETTING ORGANIZED SERIES Part 4: Ever wondered how to sell your parents stuff? I've sold a ton of my parents things (as well as my own) on craiglist and I have direct tools to make this work for you that have worked for me. We'll also talk about the "David's Thoughts", a blog written by a guy named David, giving a male perspective on grief.
Listen to all parts of this organization series, here.
About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let’s talk about stuff that’s hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.
Contact me: http://losingyourparents.org/contact
What is it that we need from our animals. Are we asking of them to love us, need us and with that pay attention to us? And how is that for the animals? Are they willing to deliver that? Can they deliver that?
Is need an essential part of our living? Or are there other energies and options we have? Find out how Charlie sees being needed, see if he needs us and how you life can be easier with changing the energy of need! Please enjoy this pre-recordd show. Sorry there is no live call in today! If you would like to find out about the scheduled pre-records, so you can be there and ask questions live, please sign up to the mailing lisy on www.suzygodsey.com
Nosso Lar (Portuguese for “Our Home”) is the name of the spirit colony that Andre Luiz describes in this first book of his collection. In this vibrant narrative, the author offers us his observations and discoveries regarding life in the spirit world, acting as a sort of reporter who records his own experiences. It reveals a pulsating world full of life and activity organized in exemplary fashion, and where discarnate spirits go through steps of recovery and spiritual education supervised by high order spirits. Nosso Lar enables us to see beforehand the spirit world that awaits us when we abandon the corporeal body through physical death."
Here is a link to a trailler for the Nosso Lar movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjgiHi0QtpM
We're taking advantage of my trip to Los Angeles by collecting a staggering number of bloggers in the same room. From Jewels I'll be joined by Eric, Nick, Langluy, & Sheng. And on top of that, Chanelle from Thx Bud will be with as well! Six bloggers, one room, one podcast! Will this episode be a mess? Probably! But at least it should be a fun mess! We'll talk all about the Kings: the Sekera trade, the recent winning AND losing streaks, and what comes next.
In wildlife conservation work, rewilding refers to habitat restoration and the creation of corridors between preserved lands to allow declining populations to rebound.
HOW CAN REWILDING APPLY TO HUMAN ATTITUDES?
Unless we rewild ourselves, becoming profoundly reconnected to nature and fundamentally shifting our consciousness, our conservation efforts will have but limited impact.
As we transition to acting from the inside out, our efforts become powerfully proactive, moving beyond simply reacting to current crises. Ultimately, rewilding invites us to become re-enchanted with the world and, by dissolving false boundaries, to truly connect with both nature and ourselves.