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Have you ever been told that you are a selfish person?
Have you ever been told that you are just too selfless?
Have you been told that you are both?
Today's episode, my topic is about these two words and the meaning of both and how we are taught to think, behave and respond to people and ourselves when we are more than the other.
From WIlliam Shakespeare's play, Hamlet, "to be or not to be, that is the question?"
I welcome you to join me in this open discussion via live or in the chat room and let's bring forth awareness and inspiration to view ourselves and others in a different perspective.
"I HAVE THE POWER, YOU HAVE THE POWER, WE HAVE THE POWER, to co-create experiences that are better to put us in a better position."~excerpt from the book Free From Bondage
Life in a better than you are society hurts the subject and hurts the object of the subject. Life in a better than you society is not the way to equality for all. Life in a better than you are society is not the way to justice for all. Life in a better than you society creates false pride that leads a nation to growing generational poverty and growing generational elitism. White Americans have been fed from the spoon of being better than all others for hundreds of years. The result is a group of becoming minority Americans has been a force that continues to hold America in the 19th century with hopes of taking America back. Ignorance prevails in pockets of the White community. Life in a better than you are society hurts the subject and hurts the object of the subject. Ignorance, complacence, elitism equals destruction. Woe to USA.
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, film producer, Markus Imhoof, to talk about his thought-provoking film, More Than Honey. The film explores the reality commercial beekeepers are facing due to mass bee deaths. Stay tuned!
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When I'm on Facebook or LinkedIn, one of the most popular questions I see is, "How can I get more clients?"
Everyone needs clients or customers to make their business successful. But it's not always easy.
How would you like to have more clients than you can handle? Todd Tressider can show you the way.
In this call, learn:
The difference between push marketing and pull marketing.
How to build a client focused website designed to convert your ideal clients buying process.
Defining the ideal client and their buying process
and so much more
Episcopal priest, writer and internationally known retreat leader Cynthia Bourgeault joins the Rainbow Vision on her new book, Love is Stronger than Death: the Mystical Union of Two Souls. This is a guide-book for those who are called to the path of conscious love. Cynthia relates the intense relationship she had with Brother Raphael Robin, a seventy-year-old Trappist monk and hermit. Their platonic love lasted five years until his death. Both believed that a relationship can continue beyond life. Both studied Western esoteric traditions and believed it was possible for two souls to work and grow together "from her to eternity." Deeply enriched by Cynthia's knowledge of the teachings of G.I. Gurdjieff and of Christian mysticism, their vibrant, provocative, beautifully written story adds a profound new dimension to our understanding of human love and the possibility of survival beyond the grave.
Cynthia Bourgeault is the author of eight books including: The Wisdom of Jesus, Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening, and The Meaning of Mary Magdalene. She divides her time between solitude at her seaside hermitage in Maine and a demanding schedule traveling globally to teach and spread the recovery of the Christian contemplative and Wisdom path. She is the founding director of both The Contemplative Society and the Aspen Wisdom School.
Visit Cynthia's website at: www.cynthiabourgeault.org
Cleverness and Common Sense-The Spiritual Network Community Forum, Host Marie D. McCohnell (A.K.A. SisterFriend Marie), her co-host and guests discuss important issues and questions concerning spirituality and daily holistic living. We will also talk with callers throughout the show so: Call in to 714-888-7516 and press "1" to get into the queue to share your thoughts and questions.
The Focus of Today's Forum: The Rice Paper Test: How Can I Make Myself More Than I AM, Without Hurting Anyone or Anything? We will seek to answer/ponder the following questions and more on this show:
How do I become more than I am; what does that mean to me, to you and to the world?
When I am at a crossroad in my life; what are my choices if I want to go forward without doing harm to anyone or anything?
How do I balance my desire to be more than I am with my desire to be a caring and compassionate evolved/involved human-being?
Are there any rules of the road leading to greatness?
Is this my test, to walk across the rice paper and do no damage?
Your host Marie D. McCohnell, M.S. (A.K.A. SisterFriend Marie); Co-hosts Lynda Fletcher, B.S. (Certified Nutritionist), Margaret Bryant Bangor, ME. (Spiritual Teacher, Healer, Psychic), Rev. Naomi Cage (Spiritual Counselor) , Phillip D. McCohnell (Reiki practitioner and Energy Healer) and callers. (Music by Ash Frost "Can you imagine", https://soundcloud.com/ashfrost) *The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Sponsor of the show or its host.
in Self Help
Today's show is called "More than Enough." In the show I attempt to paint a picture that you have more capacity and opportunity than you can imagine. It's from a sermon I shared by the same title. Some of what you will hear includes:
I think, sometimes, people believe God runs empty! God wants us to take ownership of the power that we have in God!
“There was a man who was cleaning up his desk one Friday afternoon when he noticed an envelope that had been opened. Someone must have placed it there while he was on the phone. He opened it and read it, and to his shock and dismay it was a notice of being terminated, being laid-off from his job. His entire department was being eliminated along with his position. After all the years he had given to his corporation, he found himself filled with resentment and the sense of being victimized. The man sat slumped in his chair in utter despair.
He began to think of all the terrible things that were going to happen to him. His entire lifestyle would have to be altered. He thought, "I'll have to sell my house; I'm too old to get another job; I'm useless; I'm all washed up."
At that moment, the man noticed a spider on his desk, and without thinking he brushed it off. He was amazed though as he watched as the tiny creature automatically spin a strand to bear its weight and swing gracefully to the floor.....
DON'T MISS THE LAST FEW MINUTES OF THE SHOW. I SHARE A POWERFUL SCENE FROM THE MOVIE "FACING THE GIANTS" WHEN A YOUNG MAN IN CRAWLING ON A FOOTBALL FIELD WITH HIS COACH TELLING HIM NOT TO QUIT.
Join us on the broadcast for Sunday's Message: "Obedience - Better Than Sacrifice."
Praise the Lord everybody
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For investors, a brutal week ended Friday with prices plunging for stocks and commodities. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 531 to 16,460, a 3.12 percent drop.
Oil's tumble was especially notable. For a while, West Texas crude was trading below $40 a barrel — the first time that happened since March 2009. It finished at $40.45, marking an eight-week stretch of price declines — the longest losing streak since 1986.
Want to play it safe and just earn interest on your savings? Sorry. The yield on a 10-year Treasury note also fell, down to just 2.05 percent, the lowest level since April.
So what's an investor supposed to do?
Experts are mixed about the outlook. Some say not to worry too much: This downturn was an inevitable "correction," following one of the longest bull runs in U.S. history.
For example, the S&P 500 index of stocks has risen five out of the past six years. On Friday, it fell 3.19 percent to 1,971. But that's just a hair below where it was last year at this time. So if you have been invested for six years, you're still ahead of the game.
From this viewpoint, the August rout is just part of the typical "sawtooth" pattern that characterizes the stock market. Prices can zigzag up and down, up and down. Over time, you make money because you are patient, and assume the "down" zigs are smaller than the "up" zags.Instead of fretting, investors should be looking for opportunities to buy shares at low prices before they resume their climb.
Maybe this stock plunge signals something much worse than a simple correction. Maybe prices are plunging because a new global recession is taking hold, making any rebound impossible for a long time.
I'll discuss the recent shooting of African Americans over the last year by police people (Omar Edwards, Sandra Bland, Samuel Dubois, and Honathan Sanders). Also the concept of black lives matter.
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