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Mark Robinson was in front row of traffic that morning; he broke 9 bones and punctured a lung; he is incredibly lucky to be alive. Mark is currently director, internal communications, ING, in Windsor, Connecticut. He has a communications background; that experience plus direct involvement in crash add up to a unique opportunity to provide a first-person account and to get access to behind-the-scenes information, including the personal stories of victims and their families.
For details of this case for the broadcast please read Tragedy on Avon Mountain-Ten Years Later by host, Donna R. Gore. For host information refer to her Website DonnaGore.Com
Discover • Manifest • Transform!
Our perception of any given experience can be completely transformed by how we frame it...by what energy we project upon it.
Our guest Co-Host, Francis M. Acevedo Franco, and I will discuss the perceptions of a blessing versus a tragedy, and the possibility that they are energetically two halves of the same expansion experience whole. We will also discuss tools that can be used for shifting one's perception from fear influenced to that of Joy.
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Together WE create the Shift!
Everyone thinks it can’t possibly happen to them. Somehow tragedy and misfortune, and life devastating events only happen to other people. But are you prepared if it were to happen to you? Personal responsibiity as a conscious, spiritual beings includes being sure that your loved ones aren't left with the burden of fiscal responsibility.
Tommy Boy Records signed Boy Group TKA in 1985, a label from New York. TKA HIT the billboard charts with hits One way Love, Tears May Fall, Scars of Love, Maria and many more. In this interview we have Original TKA members Tony, Aby and Angel talking business partnerships, dissolution of partnerships, performing today, family and the entire music industry. Learn tips from TKA members sin loyalty and brotherhood. This is an exclusive one on one with NY cities hottest group in freestyle genre, world of Dance.
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So they tell me a dentist paid 55,000 to shoot and kill an African lion! The world seems to be in an uproar. This thing brought Jummy Kimmel to tears on the air! You have got to be kidding me? Another dead lion? It too bad for sure but not nearly worth shedding a tear over. If you need something to cry about, cry about the 11,00 black babies where killed in New York at the hands of abortion clinics.
Ferguson burned because of Mike Brown. 11,000 Black babies murdered to the silence of the left and the leftist media.
I am sorry if I can't get all misty over the death of an aging lion.
in Self Help
NTRODUCTION What if there was a question that would clarify your best option for ninety percent of the decisions you make in life—a question that answers just about everything? It would have the potential to foolproof your relationships, marriage, finances, calendar, pace, and health. It would reduce the complexity of your life. It would save you time, money and tears. You would carry around less regret. And best of all, you wouldn’t have to apologize nearly as much. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? If so, what are you going to do to make sure you follow through on them? 2. What are some ways you’ve seen people allow their emotions and desires lead their decisionmaking? 3. Read Ephesians 5:15–17. What are some of the cultural currents that make it difficult for people today to make wise choices? 4. How might your life be different if you made decisions in light of your past experience and current circumstances? 5. During the message, Andy said, “Personal vision is often a catalyst for wise decisions.” Think about your future hopes and dreams. What are some opportunities you’re in danger of missing if you make unwise choices? 6. What is one area of your life about which you need to ask, “What’s the wise thing for me to do?” How can this group support you in asking that question? MOVING FORWARD Of every invitation, opportunity, relationship, or decision, ask “What’s the wise thing to do?” If you were going to do the wise thing, what would it be? By asking that question, even if you don’t follow through, you will discover something about you. You owe it to yourself to know the answer to that question. CHANGING YOUR MIND Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. Ephesians 5:15–16
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Grammy® winning composer, Laura Sullivan, called out to the world to join her in a powerful plan to make a music video. Her request was simple. Take a video of yourself singing her song We Are Love and send it to her. The response was overwhelming.
900 Voices, promises to make you smile, and maybe even cry. 938 people, 27 languages, 1 song.
People from Australia, Brazil, Israel, Croatia, Korea, Kenya, India, and many other countries, participated by making videos on their cell phones and sending them to Laura and will make you so happy. Elena from Bulgaria, still in her hospital gown, sings and sweetly kisses her newborn son. A group of children in Uganda, who were once homeless, sing and dance like they are the richest kids in the world. A fire department of tough guys from New Jersey gives it their all.
The result: EPIC. 27 languages included in one song and video about love and unity. The video was released on April 9, 2014. It received over 50,000 views, and was accepted on the Ellen DeGeneres online Tube channel the first week of its release.
“I was hoping to get a lot of participation, but what I received back was beyond my wildest dreams. People from all over the world and from every walk of life sent in incredible videos. Watching them moved me to tears. I hope I have honored these hundreds of wonderful people by including them in the video.” says Laura.
The resulting video, with the blending of the many voices, faces, and languages, creates a powerfully moving experience that shines a light on the unifying power of love in our world.
50% of the music proceeds of 900 Voices are going towards the national nonprofit Little Kids Rock. This organization partners with economically disadvantaged school districts to run music programs. To date they have served more than 325,000 children in 13 states.
Join us as we share Christina Torry's story of the child she thought she aborted.
As the nation marks January as Sanctity of Life Month and thousands gather to march for the unborn, Tina Torry, whose baby survived an abortion, shares her story of how "divine intervention" saved her daughter's life.
It was 1978 when Tina Torry, 17 at the time, became pregnant. Her boyfriend, family, and health care professionals were adamant that she have an abortion – as it was legal at the time, she told The Christian Post.
"I had no moral support to keep the child," she said. "From day one, I was pointed to an abortion clinic. They never said consider adoption."
According to Torry, sitting in the Charleston, S.C., abortion clinic was "unreal." She recalled looking at the women in the waiting room, and one in particular appeared to be at least six months pregnant. It was then that the enormity of the situation dawned on her.
Call in to learn how Black Lives have been "caged" for entertainment since the turn of the century. Bars by any name...are a prison...and a cage. Join host Dr. Sonia Banks, Chair, Manhattan Chapter, NCBW for our Leadersatplay Education Series. Meet an award-winning journalist, Pamela Newkirk, as she reveals a little-known and shameful episode in American history, when an African man was used as a human zoo exhibit—a shocking story of racial prejudice, science, and tragedy in the early years of the twentieth century in the tradition of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Devil in the White City, and Medical Apartheid. In 1904, Ota Benga, a young Congolese “pygmy”—a person of petite stature—arrived from central Africa and was featured in an anthropology exhibit at the St. Louis World’s Fair. Two years later, the New York Zoological Gardens displayed him in its Monkey House, caging the slight 103-pound, 4-foot 11-inch tall man with an orangutan.
What is your Why?
Letter from Don Mann
There are a number of very personal reasons why I created Frogman Charities, Inc.:
As a retired Navy SEAL I have a very clear understanding of the many hardships and sacrifices that our military and their families make and live with on a daily basis. The men and woman in uniform are often deployed in harm’s way or away from home training for combat, sometimes up to 300 days a year. It is far too often that our troops return home injured and/or do not make it home alive. The only people who truly appreciate the magnitude of these sacrifices are the men and women in uniform and their families. Living on a military salary generally meets the needs of the military family but when tragedy strikes, these families require much more than they receive.
Frogman Charities’ Objective is to raise over one million dollars for select military and veteran charities per year.. You can be a part of this Seal team members effort.
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