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Join Mark Wheeler as we pitch into the fresh water world of kayak fishing! From the salmon rivers of the northwest, to lake fork in texas, the toothy waters of the north and the bass filled lakes in the east. All of this and more only on the Low Sodium show on the Kayak Fishing Radio network.
Samuel Hawley was born and grew up in South Korea, the son of missionary parents. After earning BA and MA degrees in history at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, he returned to East Asia with his wife to work as a teacher for nearly two decades, first in Japan and then Korea, ending in 2007 as an associate professor of English at Yonsei University in Seoul. He additionally served for three years as head of Yonsei’s 3,000-student Communicative English Department, and as publications chairman and editor for the Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch. He continues to serve as general editor of the Society’s annual journal Transactions, the oldest Korean studies journal in the world, published since 1900.
It was in Japan in the early 1990s that Samuel started writing for magazines and newspapers on topics ranging from Japanese fashion and international travel to the world of sumo wrestling, daimyo clocks and fishing at urban tsuribori. By the late ‘90s he had turned his attention to books. His most notable work from this period is The Imjin War (co-published by the Royal Asiatic Society, Seoul and the Insitute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley, 2005) the most comprehensive account in English of Japan’s sixteenth-century invasion of Korea and attempted conquest of China, an event of seismic importance in the history of East Asia. He next focused on US Navy ensign and American diplomat George C. Foulk, Washington’s representative in Seoul at the time of Korea’s opening to the West. Foulk, one of the first Westerners to learn to speak Korean and to travel extensively in the country, was perhaps the foremost Western expert at the time on the “Hermit Kingdom." Hawley's interest in Foulk resulted in two books, America's Man in Korea, and Inside the Hermit Kingdom (both Lexington Books, 2007).
Why Love Heals
Join Jim as he has an in depth conversation about self-healing and the power of thought with psychologist, researcher and best selling author Dean Shrock. Together we will discuss:
- Why every thought matters
- How to find and maintain the peace of mind necessary for good health.
- What is this thing called “Love”?
- How is science and quantum physics related to self-healing?
- The value of being “selfish”
- How to break the habit of doubt, even when you know better
In 1988 Dr. Shrock developed a wellness program whose purpose was to instill a greater “will to live” in cancer patients. While what he taught did affect a patient’s quality of life, Dr. Shrock was intrigued to find that it also extended their length of life. His experience and expertise led to a book in 2000 about this wellness program, Doctor’s Order’s: Go Fishing.. His 2009 bestselling book, Why Love Heals is about his research and discoveries and how to apply them to get well or stay well. He now lectures and teaches nationally.
“People who are busy doing what they like to do not only tend to forget their aches and pains, but experience a positive effect on their quality and length of life.”
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My special guest this week will be Lori Townsend, the news director of Alaska Public Media (KAKM-TV/KSKA 91.1/APRN). Lori is also an ace radio announcer and reporter, a former tavern owner, a mom, fantasy fisher-woman, and a terrific conversationalist.
We will discuss Lori's radio career, our writings (a few words about the Alaska Writers Guild Conference), how our AK summer is going...and the top ten restaurants in Kotzebue...plus I'll spend some time talking about Deacon's Crossbow.
Sabrina shares a memory with you today as she catches your heart with her deep sultry voice!
Who catches your eye? What turns you on? From the girl next door, to the boy down the block, we're all talk! Your host "Just Jill" will have you thinking differently before the show is over. Also enjoy "Sabrina & Company" on Free-For-All-Fridays. When will you take the mic?
So much to talk about on today's show! Phil let's the people who want the Manhattan Beach Pier closed have it as he coughs during the show fighting the flu.
Bill Varney with the best surf fishing report anywhere.
Great fishing for yellowtail, dorado, bluefin and yellowfin tuna in this incredible year. Buzz Brizendine from the Prowler, Don Ashley from Pierpoint, Erin Villareal from Ciscos and lots more on today's show.
Rick Slavkin with a live on the water TUNA UPDATE form the Oceanside 95.
Tucker MCcombs from the Western Outdoors News Shootout on board the Mirage out of Cisco's Sportfishing in Oxnard.
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In this episode, our host Dr. Thrift will discuss the lessons he has learned from his Grandfather and Great Uncle who have taught him much about life and how we can apply those lessons to help us change and improve our financial lives as we move forward. He will also give a quick review of the book The Gone Fishing Portfolio. He will also discuss the fixed wealth pie myth and how it keeps many from building their wealth as they believe it can't be done.
Professor Gregg Hammond~ Musician, Mentor, Guitar Teacher, Philanthropist, Author. Born in DC Gregg's family moved away in the late 60's to escape the violence of the riots. The move landed him in the Florida Keys where he grew up and learned to live in the natural surroundings, worked teaching fishing, snorkeling, & exploring in the backcountry islands of the Keys. Hurricane's destroyed his guitar studio and then his home. With his dog and a guitar, he began a journey to find a larger purpose for his life. He traveled highways and wilderness mountains, searching for his truth. Returning to DC in 2002, Gregg experienced violence in the streets. His father and he were randomly attacked by a gang of kids in 04. Held at gunpoint by teens in 05, and nearly ambushed again from another gang in 06. These experiences compelled him to take action to make a difference. He founded GNG DC, and volunteers his time, wearing many hats within the charity to keep it going. He has witnessed miracles in the classroom. His VISION includes bringing the world together, all playing the same song at the same time, featuring many of the Guitars Not Guns students up on the stages with great musicians like Paul McCartney, U2, Ben Harper, and Sting to mention a few on the list.
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