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  • 00:15

    Tears To Triumph Inaugural Show

    in Women

    From the authors of the national best selling series Souls of My Sisters Dawn Marie Daniels, Candace Sandy and co-author Dr. Jarralynne Agee discuss their newest installment Tears To Triumph: Women Learn To Live Love and Thrive (Soulsof My Sisters/Kensington Publishing Corp.). Listen in as the women talk about why they decided to write Tears To Triumph, behind the scenes experiences and their personal thoughts. If you are facing your toughest challenge tune into Tears To Triumph on Blogtalk Radio and you will be uplifted and inspired.

  • 00:32

    The Tears Of A G!

    in Social Networking

    We as men are taught not to cry,but the world can weigh you down::Talk about your problem to someone::Join us 11:00pm central time::Live from the CyberHood::With your host}}.Big. $hi.Getti}}Guest call in at::347}633-9524

  • 00:05

    Silent Tears of A Military Mom

    in Blogs


     Recently my cousin messaged me, I would die if my son will be in the military. How can you live with the fear that any moment he could be sent to a war? I couldn’t do it .. I would have done all I could to stop him from going in the military, and for that I admire you.

     My answer to her was…I will never forget how my heart dropped when my son came to tell me he wanted to join the military. I asked him if he was sure and if that’s what he wanted then.. I will support his decision 100%. He explained his reasons and I noticed he had really thought it over and was sure of his decision. I knew if he saw that his decision was breaking my heart he wouldn’t go through with it. The next few months were emotionally torturing and that’s when my silent tears began. The day came when we had to drive him so he could begin his journey. On my way to drop him off, I prayed for strength. The time to say our goodbyes came, he said bye to my daughter, my boyfriend and then me. That hug almost made me break down, as I hugged him in my head I scream to God for strength and to please help me hold my tears. As we pull away I saw his tears, I took a deep breath and said "Hey, don’t cry you see me I'm strong and time will fly, we will see each other soon." He cracked a smirked and said "true," took a deep breath and walked away. I held my tears in till I got in my car, and I just let it out. I was not seeing my son leaving but one of my best friends. 

    I'm very proud of him and his achievements so far in his military journey, but I couldn’t be selfish. A mother or any parent must let their child free and let them spread their wings. My faith gives me strength and yes I'm hurting but I have faith that the Lord and my grandmother are watching over him and keeping him safe. Only I know how many silent tears I've shed.

  • 00:45

    Jesus Aguilar: A Highway of Tears

    in Poetry

    A Highway of Tears, a short story that is now part of the No Se Habla Espanol Anthology, will be read and discussed by its author, Jesus Aguilar

  • 01:58

    Sowing in tears \ Semeando em lágrimas

    in Christianity

    Os que semeiam em lágrimas segarão com alegria.
    Aquele que leva a preciosa semente, andando e chorando, voltará, sem dúvida, com alegria, trazendo consigo os seus molhos.
    Salmos 126:5,6

    They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.
    He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing seed for sowing, Shall doubtless come again with joy, bringing his sheaves [with him].
    Psalms 126: 5.6

  • 01:30


    in Religion







  • 00:55

    Tears of Hope with Author Aimmee Kodachian

    in Self Help

    Aimmee is the author of “Tears of Hope,” her riveting true life story of a young Middle Eastern Christian girl, who lived 13 years through the Lebanese Civil War where she escaped death 3 times and lost many close family members. Aimmee was faced with enormous obstacles and many challenges to overcome. Due to the war and her severe dyslexia, she was forced to leave school at the 4th grade, and lost her own Dream and Vision of becoming a teacher, and was left with no opportunities or Hope. 


    In 1988, Aimmee took the opportunity to come to the United States and start a new life. Soon after her arrival, she was told to go back to her country because, “You will never make it here.” After years of persistence and determination, Aimmee found a way to rise above her obstacles and turn her Dream and Vision into Reality. Aimmee did not become a teacher; instead, she became a powerful, sought after Inspirational and Transformational Speaker, helping people see light through their darkness, and guiding them to live their True Purpose!


    To learn more about how Aimmee can help you, Please visit: www.ReachingYourLight.com

  • 02:00

    Tears of Hope

    in Motivation

    Hundreds of thousands of ordinary innocent children and women are suffering in Syria every single day. They have no HOPE and voice to TELL their story. Aimmee Kodachian, author of Tears of Hope, understands the horror and the FEAR that they go through when they hear a bomb. Get an inside feel for the war in Syria from the life of a Lebanese War Victim. Don't miss our "Artist Spotlight" featuring Jake Hughes.

  • 02:01

    Years of Tears

    in Entertainment

    In observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month we will be talking Maxine Browne, author of "Years of Tears". We will talk to about what influenced her to write this book, what is domestic violence and how can it be prevented. Don't miss the "Artist Spotlight" featuring C.J. Luckey.

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  • 01:00

    Tears of Silence with Lakisha Louissaint

    in Religion

    Living Out Loud Radio Broadcast I www.larussiacainministries.com I Host La Russia Cain

    Author Lakisha Louissaint will be our Co- Host, and we will be discussing her book "Tears Of Silence." 
    Silence is deadly. Just because you don't acknowledge the pain, does not mean that it is not there. It simply means that it is waiting for something or someonme to trigger it to resurface. Lakisha will share her story of how she overcame depression, rejection, being molested, high school drop out, losing a mother and much more. 

    To connect with Lakisha Louissaint:
    Facebook- www.facebook.com/lakishalouissaint
    Website: www.IamLakisha.com

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