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“SONG THERAPY” is Today’s Hottest & Progressive Music Platform Created to Heal the Pain and Soothe The Soul. So Sit Back, Relax and Unwind as we take you on this Therapeutic Musical Journey. It’s Time for you to join the Crew on the First Ever Virtual Couch. Remember no one likes to go to Therapy, but they love to come to SONG THERAPY!!!!
This week on SONG THERAPY The Crew dives into "SMILE" by KIRK FRANKLIN as we discuss SMILING WITH COPING IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS.
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Today's guest is Suzie Johnson-Scott/SE Scott a retired high school teacher, and author of the book, Keep Smiling, Standing Strong.
It's a book of mostly testimonial poems that challenge, change, and inspire the reader to keep on keeping on no matter what comes or does not come. The poems are relevant to various age groups, and especially women. Suzie has another book release on the horizon, Got To Keep It Moving. Suzie will discuss some of the real life issues these poems are based on.
Mariette Beco was in the kitchen with her mother while waiting for her younger brother Julien to arrive home at their house in Banneux, a Belgian village fifty miles north-east of Beauraing. She looked out of the window into the dark night again, to see if he was coming, and was surprised to see a young lady out in the yard, seemingly made of light and smiling at her.
12 Nov 1914: When the Indians Arrived
The people of the Raj – modern India and Pakistan – were not consulted about their participation in the war. More than 1 million soldiers served overseas in the Indian army – and 75,000 died. By autumn 1914, Indians were on the western front.
It was a curious sight to all of us, French or English, the day when the Indians arrived in a dreary little town of Northern France … Suddenly the Indian Lancers appeared, and the pavement on both sides of the street was at once filled by a crowd of soldiers and civilians watching the procession, as a London crowd will do in Whitehall on the day of the opening of Parliament. In fact, those Indians looked all like kings. The Lancers sat proudly in their saddles, with their heads upright under the Oriental crowns; then came a regiment of Sikhs, walking at a brisk pace, all big and strong men, with curled beards and the wide 'pagri' round the ears; the Pathans followed, carrying on their heads that queer pointed bonnet, the 'kullah,' which reminds one of the warriors seen on old Persian tapestries – a more slender type of men, but equally determined, and with faces at the same time smiling and resolute.
… The day after, we heard that during the night one of the Sikh regiment had had to recapture the trench, which the Germans had taken by surprise, and that their bayonet charge was so tremendous that the enemy did not dare counter-attack. Almost immediately after that feat an order came not to allow the Indians uselessly to expose their lives by walking out of the trenches. The fact was that, in order to show their contempt for death, some Sikhs had refused to hide themselves in the trenches and had immediately drawn a fierce fire on their regiment. Fortunately, they did not insist on playing that sort of game; otherwise the Indian Army Corps would have disappeared.
We continue to discuss the practice and its components by reflecting on our practice. We know that laughing is therapeutic and healing which means humor has an enormous place in the practice. We will review connection, love, happiness, and moving in EVERY way as well as adding humor and smiling to the practice of NOW.
On this episode, SimplyNay interviews the star of Foolery™, an upcoming comedy. Sir Julian is a female to male comedian raising his two young children as a single parent. How does he keep on smiling and making the world smile too. Tune in to find out
Host Dominick Domasky will interview Navy veteran Susanne Kokoska talks about overcoming setbacks, running marathons, persistence, and her passion for helping Veterans. Susanne is an inspiration to anyone she smiles at. On the show we'll find out all about the great cause Team Red, White,and Blue and hear first hand from Susanne how to keep smiling through adversity.
Danielle Pashko is a nutritionist, wellness expert, yoga instructor, fashion model and recent Author of her self penned book, Smile At Your Challenges. Faced with many adversities during her adolescent years, Danielle will take us into her personal life and share her many obstacles that she was faced with. Seeing the positive during her struggles, has made her the successful women that she is today.
Join psychotherapist Tom Stevens as he talks about making summer fun for you and your children. Call in to (347)838-9737 if you have a great idea or question about summer activities. Summer is in full swing and if you aren't sure what to do with the next 2 months, now is your chance to learn new ideas that will have you and your children smiling. It's hard to know how to handle summer with children at home and hot weather outside, and you can only hear "I'm bored" or "there's nothing to do" or "what can we do next?" so many times. Don't miss this show where you can learn how to get ahold of summer and make it a fun and entertaining time for everyone in your family.
“Laughter that sets the atmosphere for the
Word of God to heal the Soul!”
WZupNephew Productions started with two young friends going throughout
their community making people smile and filling souls with laughter, Steven L.
Glover Jr. & Brendan Woody.
Being overseen by Bishop Steven L. Glover Sr. of Perfecting Word Deliverance
Ministries, the one person they wanted to keep smiling, he noticed the gift that
God was birthing in them and required a God filled purpose for them to lead
the PWDM Drama Team.
They are now on a mission to be used by God to bring laughter to the Soul
with a Word from the Lord by the end of the smile!