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Stages of personal injury after a wreck starts with unbelief, confusion, pain,and suffering. Reality of situation eventually sets into the mind. Worries about today and tomorrow weigh heavy against goals and dreams. One day, the sun does come out and possible opportunities become thoughts of hope. A determination to move beyond circumstances builds creative ideas to confront life struggles. A later stage to persevere continues relentlessly, when a new season of recovery or restoration arises.
Join ESTRA today with a discussion of the Seasons of Personal Injury after a wreck.
We talk about what happens during the weeks following separation. We focus on the 5 stages of grief and give advice on how to handle each emotion.
This week starts another fabulous topic. Freedom
We have lost many of our freedoms. How did that happen? How do we get them back? Where does freedom start?
Freedom starts from within. We have the ability to be free in our bodies and in the world around us.
Learn how by stepping into the 3 stages of freedom.
We will be discussing how to apply this to our bodies.
A group of Seattle Randonneurs decided to create an unofficial challenge to honor the memory of one of their own, Don Boothby, who passed away before he got a chance to complete a 300k ride every month of the year, Hence the Boothby Challenge was created.
4 riders completed it in 2014
Randonneuring is long-distance unsupported endurance cycling. This style of riding is non-competitive in nature, and self-sufficiency is paramount. Participation in randonneuring events is part of a long tradition that goes back to the beginning of the sport of cycling in France and Italy. Friendly camaraderie and perseverance are the hallmarks of randonneuring.
Ally Stacher is a professional cyclist with Specialized-Lululemon. She's a support rider who does everything she possibly can do to help her team succeed. Stacher
inherited a love of homemade juicing from her aunt, who bought her a Jack LaLanne juicer during her sophomore year of college. “I was instantly hooked,” she says. “My roommate and I started juicing like crazy.”
It’s a habit that Stacher continues today—even while on the road. “I was traveling with a little Omega juicer,” she says. “It was perfect—it fit into my backpack so I never had to put it in my checked bag. Then the travel got to it and it died on me. It was an incredibly sad day. I now travel with a Breville juicer my teammate bought me for my birthday. It’s pretty easy to lug around. I will say, though, when you go through security with a juicer in your backpack it tends to set off the alarm.”
Stacher claims to be a frugal juicer—“I don’t do too many add-ins…the occasional wheat grass, but that’s about it.”—but admits to being crazy for beets. And for good reason: Research show that drinking beetroot juice can boost a cyclist’s endurance. In one study, volunteers were able to ride about a minute and a half longer compared to when they drank a placebo. Ninety-two seconds may not seem like a lot, but in the world of professional cycling, it’s more than enough to separate the winners from the losers.
Ever since Edward Snowden exposed what many people suspected with the NSA and it's unchecked and blatant look into our personal lives, collecting data for "security reasons" people around the world have been looking for more secure and private ways of sharing data and info with one another. Instead of finding a network or a partner in the business of encyrption, why not build a computer that would assist in the process of keeping the user private? Enter Todd Weaver, founder and CEO of Purism.
Todd has been a free software advocate since 1994 and has been a successful entrepreneur with a deep background in open source technology including creating significant innovations in internet video delivery that enabled the first online cable TV company.
The Librem is the first laptop designed to protect your freedom, privacy and security.
Please join me as we find out more about this important development in person computing and the man behind it.
Todd and Purism are also in the final stages of crowdfunding for the Librem. Please join in and co-create a historical moment with Todd and Librem.
Sometimes in our fast paced world it’s difficult to imagine our communities of the past. Historian Rui Santos detailed an average trip by horse and carriage from Boston to Plymouth in the 1830s lasting some 10 hours. Fifty years later a new form of transportation would take center stage: the bicycle.
And it was during that time period between 1880 and 1900 that the intersection of race, athleticism and cycling came to mean new forms of freedom and expression.
Lorenz Finison’s remarkable new book, Boston’s Cycling Craze paints the landscape of how a host of visionaries took to the streets and byways … all for the glory of the bicycle. Black, White, Asian and Biracial…they are all in the book and all chronicled in detail during these pioneer years of cycling.
Come explore with us as we turn back the clocks to the golden age of bicycles during and era worth noting in the annuls of American history.
THURSDAY JULY 30th on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE'
We visit with the multi talented and award winning LARRY WILDER. Larry has performed over 2,000 shows on national and international stages, bringing his heart and passion for Americana music directly to his audiences. He is also a prolific songwriter, with original songs that reach into the soul of his Americana roots and connect strongly with his enthusiastic fans.
We've all had it happen...we're on the way to a show or great trail riding destination and a tire blows or the truck breaks down. Who do you call...Trailguard may be your best answer. We talk with JEFF SIMS founder and President of Trailguard to learn of the many benefits Trailguard has to offer with their 24 hour Roadside Assistance Service.
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The Next Chapter (TNC) Widow's Ministry assists widows during the first three years of their husband's loss. TNC offers monthly support sessions in metro Atlanta, weekly blog talk radio show, phone calls, cards, gifts, special evnts and annual getaways.
Our mission to exemplify love to widows as the Bible commands (I Peter 5:3) Widows know no particular face. The loss can be expected or unexpected. It could be after decades of marriage or within months of the wedding day. There can be financial gain or financial distress. So many questions, so few answers.
Grief is manifested in many stages. Professional counseling is recommended regardless of your circumstances. There are many emotions that will need to be managed. The Next Chapter can help you when you are ready to move to the next chapter of your life. God has a plan for you.
Who understands? Who cares? The Next Chapter!!!
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Tonight, The Power Zone with DU welcomes Brenden Ortiz, Motivational Speaker, Activist for HIV/AIDS and Author of the bestselling novel “The Pretty Boy with the House In Virginia”. Mr. Ortiz joins host, Darlene A. Anderson of Darlene’s Utopia and Author of Not Without A Fight: 10 Ways To Win When it Appears You’ve Already Lost, to discuss his journey from hopeless to hopeful, and how he is educating and inspiring others to do the same.
Brenden Ortiz is a twenty-five year old Homosexual Male and Native of Brooklyn, New York. He passionately speaks out on HIV/AIDS and its Stigma because he too is HIV POSITIVE. He shares with inner city youth the period in his life in which he considered to be stages of total darkness; at the age of 16, he experienced the tragic death of both his mother and father, which led to him to becoming internally numb, exploring the world recklessly with no care, and contracting the HIV virus in 2010.
“The Pretty Boy with the House In Virginia”, chronicles Brenden's journey from hopeless to hopeful. Brenden is dedicated to utilizing his testimony to promote awareness and actions of prevention. Having established “What Does HIV Look Like”, a NY based Non-profit and preparing to educate the masses on not just the diagnosis, but the stigmas that are attached to it…it is clear that he is on a mission of purpose!
Join Brenden Ortiz on August 15, 2015 for
What Does HIV Look Like? Monologue
475 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 3pm
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