When I am bothered by my own mistakes, I have to take a moment to reflect on my past experiences, in order to remember that I have come a long way in this life and I am constantly growing to become a better person. I have discovered that I am filled with various emotions and there is a trigger some place that causes those emotions to rise up within me. What is that trigger?
I choose to call that trigger "cause", so that we can get to the bottom of our daily emotion. Let us give the word a short name in this program. Let's call it "C". I hope that you will join me daily as we explore the "C" of our emotions. We will examine the "C" (cause) of our anger, the "C" of our resentment, the "C" of our lust, the "C" of our convictions, the "C" of our rebellion and mqany othe "C"s.
Bring with you an open mind, but please don't bring profanity of loud/ angry vocal ranges, as you may force me to mute your very important message y shutting off the volume on your microphone. I really do want to hear every one's point of view.
Let me say right now, that I am a believer of the almighty God and I wear the position of an evangelist. What this means is, you may hear me relate to you by the means of Biblical writings. I will, however, keep it real. So let's get going with the "C" of this emotion.
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Home of McGruff the Crime Dog, the National Crime Prevention Council’s mission is to be the nation's leader in helping people keep themselves, their families, and their communities safe from crime. To achieve this, NCPC produces tools that communities can use to learn crime prevention strategies, engage community members, and coordinate with local agencies.
One of NCPC’s primary initiatives centers on preventing cyberbullying – what parents, educators and kids can do to combat the prevalence of bullying online and resolve interpersonal conflicts in a peaceful and respectful manner. Michelle Boykins from NCPC will speak about cyberbullying as part of the series on youth violence in support of the National Campaign to Prevent Youth Violence.
Michelle Boykins, Director of Communications at the National Crime Prevention Council, directs all operational aspects for promotions, media relations, and public service advertising symbolized by McGruff the Crime Dog®, his nephew Scruff®, and the “Take A Bite Out Of Crime®” slogan. The million-dollar public service campaign provides a tremendous return on investment by receiving an average of $60 million in donated media support.
Life can be very difficult, delivering challenges of all shapes and sizes. In some philosophies, these challenges are only lessons to be moved through. They aren't measures of our worth, but rather measures of the scope of the lessons we have chosen to learn. So how can youth approach challenges with consciousness? How does one stay focused and optimistic in the face of pain? Our guests tonight are exemplars of facing challenges with tenacity and optimism. Michael Jones, a youth engaged with Conscious Youth Global Network and active with the Alliance for Children's Rights in Los Angeles has met and overcome the challenges of foster care and homelessenss. At 25 he has been through more than most people experience in their lifetime, but he remains positive and even humorous, about his life. He will share what keeps him going, including chanting and his Buddhist practice.
Our adult guest, Mr. Aazim Muhammad, from Philadelphia, has led many community change efforts, working with mayors and other leaders across the U.S., to create opportunities for all people, including ex-offenders and minorities. Most recently, he has worked closely with LA CAN on economic development issues, and the Black Contractors' Association in San Diego on economic opportunities for young people. Even with this success, Aazim has faced challenges of his own. Despite any challenge in a community or for himself, Aazim remains consciously positive and persistant about creating positive change. He brings great energy and enthusiasm to all he does.
Listen in as we talk to these positive and courageous men about what it means to face difficultie consciously.
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