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Tuesday Night November 11th @730pm Real Talk All The Time presents, Spirituality and Religion. The parrallels and the differences. What did modern religion borrow from Pagan, Occult and Esoteric Studies. We will have some special guests who practice a differenct kind of Religion or in some cases Spritituality. Some worship nature, some reverance the ancestors, others mix a little bit of everything into their belief system. Join the Real Talk team for a discussion that will be one of our most intense and provocative to date. Why does mainstream religion no longer appeal to some? Can one find their salvation somewhere other than what is written in the Bible or promised by a "Messiah"? We will learn what self-actualization is. Power of will and intent. We will talk Santeria, Voodoo, Witchcraft and High Magick. What do prayer, spells, and magick all have in common? Is witchcraft and magick real? All this and more Tuesday November 11th @7:30pm Real Talk All The Time, 100% Real, Unpolished and unrehearsed. Real Talk for Real People. www.realtalkallthetime.com
Diane and I are talking about the 3 generations and similarities and the different aspects in all of them. It may suprise you and educate us all in how each generation approaches relationships, money, life choices and self love.
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TONIGHT 9PM- "People try to minimize the differences when they’re in love,” says Joel Crohn, Ph.D. But dismissing religious differences can be detrimental to a couple in the future. If you’re part of an interfaith relationship, you have an extra layer of diversity to deal with. What are your thoughts? ARE RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCES AN ISSUE IN A RELATIONSHIP? We want to hear from you. Dial 917.889.3926 to comment LIVE. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are #TMHYMANRADIO.
Welcome to this show where we continue the raw, real, getting dirty, & filthy honest chats about people with disabilities, setbacks, differences, how to handle dramatic affairs, hypocricy and all sorts of things we have learned from the past and are going to apply to our future, to hopefully make things work out more/better with a new crowd.
Listen in to maybe learn a thing or two, or just hear us rant! Either way we love & appreciate all of our listeners, and we welcome one and all.
Globalization is making our world smaller with cross-cultural situations at the core. Even though diversity can be a powerful source for creativity, adaptability and innovation, the potential for conflict increases, requiring even more attention to how we deal with differences and how people work together. An “all-or-nothing” thinking and a right/wrong mindset lead people to play blame games and get stuck judging others instead of looking forward to resolve the matter at hand. Can we get “unstuck”?
Luis E. Ore is CEO of ORASI Consulting Group Inc., a training and development Consulting firm specializing in negotiation, consensus building, and dispute resolution. Luis Ore assists businesses and organizations with organizational negotiating capabilities building, cross-cultural and international negotiations, strategic alliances development, organizational changes, deal mediation, dispute resolution system design, foreign direct investment and international development, especially between the United States of America and Latin-American countries.
Yvette Watson is a graduate student at the University of Baltimore obtaining a Master’s Degree in Negotiation and Conflict Management. When she is not assuming the role of “grad student,” she works full-time at a financial management firm. She is a mother and a wife who enjoys spending quality time with her family. Yvette obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree from Morgan State University, and would like to use her business background and conflict management studies in a way that incorporates various conflict management strategies into the workplace.
In this critical study, Jesus enlightens Nicodemus... an ultra-religious Pharasee, member of the Sanhedrin and apparent special ops priest... on the differences between spiritual and physical worship.
This is a crucial point to understand and a critical study to attend.
We'll also see another important transition as John the Baptist instructs his disciples that Jesus and His ministry must increase beyond the foundation laid by John.
Know Show-Wed/11/26/14-w/Rev. Mc -“Creating A Positive OUTCOME from, The Ferguson Experience, In MY Neighborhood!” 7-8pm, CST.
Dear Friends & Family of The Know Show,
Please join me, Know Show host, Rev. Robert J.V. McMillan, on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, from 7-8pm, C.S.T., as we discuss, “A Positive Outcome from The Ferguson Experience, In MY Neighborhood!” Someone once said that when life throws lemons at you, that is the time to make lemonade! We know that to be true, but it is sometimes challenging to find the right people willing to share their sugar and water to complete the lemonade, but in doing so we reach deep within our spiritual selves to find the courage to work together, sometimes in spite of our differences; and in doing so we become better collectively than individually, and so much better than ever before; and the world is better because of our individual and joint sacrifices.
Please join our panel of judges, lawyers, ministers, teachers, mothers and fathers, politicians, educators and academicians, as we discuss achieving a positive outcome from the Ferguson experience in our local communities. We will discuss our strengths not our weaknesses and where we go from here, what challenges lie ahead of us but most of all how excited we are to make this world a better place for our children and our children’s children.
We thank you for your continued participation in THE KNOW SHOW weekly philosophical discussions and appreciate your suggestions for program improvement as well as guest that you would like to see on the program. As your host I am always appreciative for your input and we listen to your request and constructive ideas. Create A Great Day!
Love, Peace and Joy! Unspeakable Joy!
In its 12th year as a coed therapeutic boarding school for teens ages 12-17, owner Ben Trane in this interview talks about the school’s successes and evolution. He explains he feels that a student body size of 125 is about the right size for struggling teens who need help but not intensive hospital therapy and intends to stay at that size.
He further explains that Midwewst Academy had never been a member of the controversial World Wide Association of Speciality Schools and Programs (WWASSP) but is concerned that critics have associated the school with WWASSP because they once had been part of Premier Education which most WWASSP schools had used. He then explains there are significant differences between Midwest Academy and WWASSP schools in that Midwest Academy never used WWASSP stype finders fes marketing techniques and having more sophisticated academics than the WWASSP schools had used.
Ben Trane, Owner
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