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Mustapha Muhammad became a registered Muslim in the Nation of Islam in 1972 after hearing the powerful teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad through the representation and voice of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. After the departure of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad – like so many, young and expectant of what they believed would occur with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan due to his misunderstanding, but did not – He lost his way on the path and found himself in the state and federal prison system for eight years. Though attempts had been made to find the brotherhood and love that he knew as a young, strong and fired-up F.O.I, it wasn’t until the Great Million Man March in 1995, that through the tears in which The Messenger left, the Spirit in which he felt returned through similar tears of life. In 1996 Mustapha Muhammad was a seated representative and participated in the National African American Leadership Summit in St Louis, MS, this same year he became Chairman of the Plainfield Local Organizing Committee. As an assistant to Rev. Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, the National Chairman for the Million Man March. He also served on the National Board of the Million Family March in Washington, DC, and co-chaired the State Organizing Committee of NJ. Since 2000 he has been foremost in the propagation of the Million Family March National Agenda. He continues to work in the service of Allah, The Nation of Islam, the people, and humanity under the guidance of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, who on August 12th, 1997 at Muhammad’s Mosque #80, in the presence of the Plainfield, NJ community and the national media, changed his name as a student minister from Wallace Muhammad to Mustapha Muhammad.
When Truly Amazing Gifts Show Up In Small Packages, Once Opened And Revealed, It Leave Impeccable Memories On One’s Physique For A Lifetime! That’s How One Might Describe, Adama Alaji; Of Adama Speaks, From Atlanta’s WRFG 89.3 FM Radio...The Inner Circle!
AdamaSpeaks Is An Institution Of Prophetic Wisdom, Touching The Lives Of Both Women And Men In The Atlanta, Georgia Area And Beyond For Many Decades. She Shows Up In The Lives Of Those On A Personal Mission To Improve Their Lives, ( Even At The Time Of Their Meeting, ‘They’ Were Not Aware Of A Change Being On Their Horizon) With ‘Just The Right’ Lifeline, Saving Messages And Remedies To Re-Set Their Course To Wellness, Wholeness, And New Thought; In A Multitude Of Life Areas!
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CHOICES...all true stories....you won't be able to put the book down.
My Story...The will to live by S.K...It's never too late...fulfulling a life long dream by J.H.S.
Living my life in Paradise by S.H.
Steel mill MaMa...shows no sign of retiring.
My life's work...from frostbitten to to fingers...by C.H.
I'm adopted and special...L.P.
From star gazing to wonderment...who am I and where am I going...R.S.
The choice was clear....rich or poor...
Thre contributing authors and I wish you the best life has to offer and remember it's your CHOICE to share your dreams. Choose to make NOW the best of the rest of you life!
We talk about Kindness a lot. One of the greatest giving back to others is to offer kindness. When Kindness is absent, feeling unsafe and feeling like things aren't right take over the energy of everyone involved. What does Kindness take and do we have to be happy to be kind? Tune in and join in on the conversation tomorrow morning at 5:30 AM PT / 8:30 AM ET!
Join us on Sunday from 6-7 pm EST on July 12, 2020 with Lady Z and Gigi as Lady Z continues to share with you her trials and tribulations as a empath . Through God's love, and the love of her therapist, parents, family and best friend, her life began to change. Looking down a partially lighted path, taking one step at a time, Lady Z has gained momentum in her life. Today, she has emerged from her cocoon of fear and uncertainities. She has a new lease on life enabling her to unlock the doors to her future, We look forward to your calls.
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Andrew Weston is known as a 21st Century renaissance man with a skill set that ranges from web development to event managemeMichael nt. Michael is a sought-after voice and has, for many years, been a source of inspiration, motivation, empowerment, direction and insight to many. His current professional roles include Brand Strategist, Speaker, and Entrepreneur. Michael is the founder of branding & identity service, Supernormal, in which he aids brands in the fashion, coaching, and entertainment industries in establishing and elevating their brand identity and business strategy. In all the work he does, Michael is engaged in fulfilling his mission of “equipping a team of normal people for a supernormal mission.”
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Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation. “Crime in the United States by Volume and Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants, 1995–2014” (ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2014/crime-in-the-u.s.-2014/tables/table-1)). Accessed 7 August 2016.
Violent crime wreaks a terrible impact not only on individual victims, their families, and friends but also on nearby residents and the fabric of their neighborhoods.1 Exposure to violent crime can damage people’s health and development,2 and violence can push communities into vicious circles of decay. Rates of violent crime in the United States have declined significantly over the past 20 years. Disadvantaged neighborhoods have experienced larger drops in crime, although significant disparities persist.
Neighborhoods and Violent Crime
Rates of violent crime in the United States have declined significantly over the past two decades, but disparities persist. Exposure to violent crime damages the health and development of victims, family members, and entire communities. Low-income people and racial and ethnic minorities are disproportionately affected. Violent crime is geographically concentrated in particular neighborhoods and in more localized areas known as hot spots; evidence suggests that problem-oriented policing of hot spots can be effective. Strong social organization, youth job opportunities, immigration, and residential stability are among several neighborhood characteristics associated with lower crime rates.
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Episode 135: Going Further Faster
There are thousands of new businesses starting every hour of every day. So many start-ups, but very few make it to the goal line. If they do make it, they are not able to sustain and grow their business. Why does this happen so often? According to Business Coach and Amazon Bestselling Author, Bill Flynn many business owners and leaders have not been taught what they really need to know to succeed in business. So, what can you do to ensure your success?
The solution may be to fire yourself. Yes, fire yourself. When you do, you can begin to focus on the three key elements that drive healthy and sustainable growth. What are those elements? On this episode, Bill Flynn discusses what they are, why they are important for any business, and how you can grow your business by going further faster.
Choices are being made every single day and in every moment. Are you making the right choices for your life and for your business? Making good choices are the most important thing you can do to make your life and your business work.
"Too often in life, something happens, and we blame other people for us not being happy or satisfied or fulfilled. So, the point is, we all have choices, and we make the choice to accept people or situations or to not accept situations." ~Tom Brady
Are you willing to take full responsibility for the choices you are making in your life and in your business? If not, who is? Here few things to consider:
Manage the big stuff. Values matter. ... Learn from past choices.. Know what you know and what you don't know. ...and learn something new every day. Keep the right perspective ... Don't procrastinate. ... Once you make a decision, try not to look back, just make it work. Happy decision making.
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