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Most of us have experienced glass shattering. When we know it is falling, we have two choices, reach for it and try to keep it from hitting something hard, or just let it fall and then clean up the various sized pieces.
Our lives can be like breaking glass at times. We can see that something is about to happen and we can either try to stop it or just let it happen and pick up the pieces, salvage what is salvagable and toss the rest, or just release it all. How do we decide? How do we know wat is right in the moment? It is somewhat intuition, some reflex action, and some just wait and see.
On Friday, May 22, Purpose Talk Radio host Cindy Freeman will help you answer these and other questions. You are invited to call in and share your own experiences as well. The number is 347-205-9075 or you can Skype in after the show starts.
Join host Cindy on Mondays live or archived to explore the area of living with purpose. Check out more information at Purpose Talk Radio and join the conversations on Facebook at Purpose Talk Radio Conversations.
In a recent article about the Hillary Clinton campain that was published in the Truth & Action publication, Hillar Clinted made the following statements in her speech at Columbia University:
“There is something profoundly wrong when African-American men are still far more likely to be stopped and searched by police, charged with crimes, and sentenced to longer prison terms than are meted out to their white counterparts. There is something wrong when a third of all black men face the prospect of prison during their lifetimes.”
“From Ferguson to Staten Island to Baltimore, the patterns have become unmistakable and undeniable.” “Walter Scott shot in the back in Charleston, South Carolina … Tamir Rice, shot in a park in Cleveland, Ohio … Eric Garner, choked to death after being stopped for selling cigarettes.”
“Yet again the family of a young black men is grieving a life cut short. Yet again the streets of an American city are marred by violence, by shattered glass, and shouts of anger and shows of force. Yet again a community is reeling, its fault lines laid bare.”
What she did not say is that the U.S. Government is sending out "death squads" to intentinally assiasinate American Negroes across this country!! This is the same tactic that was used by the CIA in Central & South Ameria with the contras under the Reagan & Bush administrations.
During this show I will be doing a commentary on Hillary Clinton and the "police death squard" that president Barrack Obama calls a "slow rolling crisis"
See the youtube video from this link of Clinton's speech: https://youtu.be/CxjzZNfsGqE
Welcome to another exciting guest on "Through The Looking Glass With Kinia Colbert"
Join me this week for a beautiful story by author Melissa Lee as she introduces her book: "Emmeline at Commander's Palace", you and your children will not only love the message from this really cute book, but you'll enjoy listening to Melissa Lee as she shares some of her most memorable moments when writing the story of Emmeline.
Emmeline at Commander's Palace Emmeline is a precocious little girl who lives in New Orleans and always has some kind of mischief going on! Join her as she spends the day, or at least tries to, at Commander's Palace, the famous Garden District restaurant. Complete with simple French recipes any child can follow, you'll fall in love with Emmeline.
Ed Donovan pioneered the first peer counseling program for Law Enforcement Officers in the World, the Boston Police Stress Program. Ed Donovan is a retired 32 year veteran Boston Police Officer who has produced, directed and appeared in documentaries and talk shows for over twenty years, including, including Oprah Winfrey and Phil Donahue, 20/20 and 60 Minutes. After retiring he moved to Florida and immediately got involved in Film and Television. He has acted in over 50 Independent Films in the past 20 years and is a member of SAG-AFTRA.In 2009 at the Crystal Reel Awards Ed received the Best Supporting Actor Award in a Feature Film for his role in Acts of Mercy written and directed by Laura Lopez also starring Aleksa Palladino who appeared in Boardwalk Empire on HBO. Once a year, the Florida Motion Picture and Television Association (FMPTA) awards an Annual Trophy to someone outstanding in the entertainment industry. In 2010 Ed was the recipient of the R. John Hugh Award, as the Editor of Infocus Magazine.for the hard work he does in promoting film and television in Florida.In 2013 Ed he received the Visionary Award at the Treasure Coast International Film Festival for his promoting Film and Television in the State of Florida.He has spent the last 15 years as the Editor of Focus In newspaper and now In Focus Magazine, Florida’s Film, Television and the Arts Industry Magazine. As a police officer, he was the Founder and Director of the Boston Police Stress Program "Cops Helping Cops," which offered the first peer-counseling program for police in the world. His life story was shared in a book, "The Shattered Badge, Story of Ed Donovan, Stress Cop," by Bill Kankewitt.Donovan has found a way to live a life that makes a difference to others. By sharing the truth and pursuing his dreams of acting, he continues to remind people they are not alone.
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's Guests are Keshawn Dodds and Frankie Y. Bailey
Menzuo: The Calling of the Sun Prince
Frankie Y. Bailey
What the Fly Saw
More information on these authors and links to their novels is at blog.sevantownsend.com
A truth that shattered my impression ..AND possibly yours of some of the more popular Presidential Candidates whom have thrown they're hat in the race in the last month shall be exposed TODAY!!!!
Welcome to Off the Vine with Benita. Benita along with special guest will talk about wine, trips, and have a really fun time! Get Your glass in hand, be ready for Something to Wine About.
This week Benita sits down with Terricinia St Clair Author and Friend, as they discuss her book Conversing with the Elephant.
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Today we are live from 825 8th ave between 49th and West 50th Street, Two Worldwide Plaza is a post-war skyscraper. The 39-floor building in Midtown West was completed by William Zeckendorf Jr. in 1989. Today, it is part of a three-building design that stretches an entire block between 8th and 9th Avenue from 49th to 50th Street.
The building's postmodern exterior is perhaps one of the most remarkable building features. The old-fashioned brick is modernized by a copper roof and glass pyramid at the top. At certain times of the day, the sun hits the sleek rows of windows to the point that the facade shines like metal. Terraces abound in the majority of the 455 apartments, each equipped with granite countertops in modern kitchens, marble baths, and 11-foot ceilings.
The interior garden courtyard reserved for residents is matched with the mid-block public plaza housing a diverse array of greenery as well a fountain with elaborate statues, and a nearby cafe.
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On this episode of Coach Cafe, we welcome David Mezzapelle to share his stories of optimism and help us to see the silver lining in every situation. David Mezzapelle believes that we all have the capacity to make optimism contagious just by sharing our life's adventures. Mezzapelle is the founder of the Contagious Optimism movement and the author of Contagious Optimism, a bestselling book series that contains real stories from real people around the globe which demonstrates that every cloud has a silver lining. 10 Habits of Truly Optimistic People: Power Your LIfe with the Positive, another book in the series, has just been released.
Throughout his life, Mezzapelle has encountered great peaks and valleys all of which he is grateful for. He never lost sight along the way and has kept his glass "completely full." He has influenced many people with his outlook and Contagious Optimism is his way of offering optimism to others.
A portion of each book sale will go to charities. Find David at: http://www.ContagiousOptimism.com
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Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal on 5/21/15 at 7PM EST for a conversation with writers and editors, Jon Tribble and Allison Joseph.
Jon Tribble is the managing editor of Crab Orchard Review and the series editor of the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry published by Southern Illinois University Press. He is the recipient of a 2003 Artist Fellowship Award in Poetry from the Illinois Arts Council, and his poems have appeared in journals and anthologies, including Ploughshares, Poetry, Crazyhorse, Quarterly West, and The Jazz Poetry Anthology. His work was selected as a winner of the Campbell Corner Poetry Prize from Sarah Lawrence College. He teaches creative writing and literature, and directs undergraduate and graduate students in internships and independent study in editing and literary publishing for the Department of English at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. His first collection of poems, Natural State, will be published by Glass Lyre Press in 2016.
Allison Joseph is the author of the books What Keeps Us Here, Soul Train, In Every Seam Imitation of Life, and Worldly Pleasures. Her honors include the John C. Zacharis First Book Prize, fellowships from the Bread Loaf and Sewanee Writers Conferences, and an Illinois Arts Council Fellowship in Poetry. She is editor and poetry editor of Crab Orchard Review and director of the Young Writers Workshop; an annual summer residential creative writing workshop for high school writers. She holds the Judge Williams Holmes Cook Endowed Professorship. As Director of the SIUC MFA Program in Creative Writing, Professor Joseph maintains a blog about the graduate creative writing program at: http://mfacarbondale.blogspot.com.
Tiferet Journal is pleased to offer our multiple award winning “Tiferet Talk Interviews” book. Print and Kindle formats on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/bu8m2zs
Third Thursday Wine Muse: To Decant or Not to Decant, That is the Question.
Hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard will speak to Steve Lutz, vigneron, winemaker and proprieter of Lenne Estate to get a first-source perspective on decanting. How do we know which wines to decant and which not to decant? How can decanting improve OR destroy a wine?
The hosts will also do a LIVE test on the show:
1. Pouring directly from the bottle to the glass.
2. Pouring through an aerator to the glass.
3. Pouring into a decanter, letting it sit, and then pouring it into the glass.
William will also share his reviews on industry leading aerators.
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