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"Awakening" boldly investigates the steps that heroic people everywhere are taking to meet the effects of the current economic and social crisis in daily life. These dynamic role models are feeding the homeless; retrieving parents from nursing homes; growing their own food; creating community; radically forgiving; and discovering the miraculous. The Western American author Louis Lamour has said that "There will come a time when you think that everything is ending. But that will be the beginn ...
 
Executive Producer and Host, Charlotte Spicer, invites you to join a community of listeners worldwide who tune in monthly to learn ways to cultivate inner peace and self-awareness through the exploration of Spirituality & Metaphysics. We offer Transmissions with members of the Divine through their Full Body Channels, segments where you can call in to receive FREE Long-Distance Energetic Healing, as well as our A Course in Miracles Virtual Class with Robert Rosenthal, M.D., Co-President of th ...
 
Stories told through found audio from an alternate universe. Season four, "The Cradle" is a story about a mother and daughter as they attempt to lead a family-centric commune surviving on the fringes of society. Narrated by Mona Grenne. Written by Jeffrey Cranor and Janina Matthewson. Original music by Mary Epworth.
 
During the Year of Faith people from around the world told Totus2us something about what Mary means to them. Music by Jesús Cabello. God chose Mary to be the mother of His Son Jesus; and Jesus, from the Cross, gave his mother to us all. Mary is known by many titles, eg the Blessed Virgin, Mother of God, Mama Mary, Our Lady of Fatima, Our Lady of Medjugorje Queen of Peace, Notre Dame de Lourdes, La Madonna, Maria Madre de Gracia. For much more, visit Totus2us.com - dedicated to Mary, it is in ...
 
Hi! My name is Krista Garrett. I am a wife, mother, teacher and entrepreneur. I own a private music school in Owings, Maryland and I specialize in improving mental health through music. I hold 2 degrees in psychology, two of my three children are twins and I have a lot to say about motherhood, mental health and music. While you will find Freedom Through Music, I am desperately seeking sanity. So how will I find such a thing doing a podcast...you ask?! Well, by sharing philosophies, experienc ...
 
Great talks to us by a fab variety of speakers on a wide range of subjects eg Medjugorje and Mary's Meals, Blessed Mother Teresa and her spiritual experience, St Teresa of Avila and prayer, John Pridmore and his journey from Gangland to Promised Land. For much more, visit Totus2us which is inspired by St John Paul II, Papa Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. Totus Tuus (All Yours) was JPII's motto to Our Lady. Totus2us is also dedicated to Mary.
 
Monday-Friday from noon-1:00, Tom Hall and his guests are talking about what's on your mind, and what matters most to Marylander's, the latest news, local and national politics, education and the environment, popular culture and the arts, sports and science, race and religion, movies and medicine. We welcome your questions and comments. E-mail us at midday@wypr.org
 
Way of the Cross - Meditations and prayers by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) at the Colosseum, Rome, Good Friday 2005 (8 days before the death of Pope John Paul II). Music: Triduum - Contemporary Sacred Music by David Bevan and Neil Wright - sung by the Holy Redeemer Choir, London. Listen to and read much more on Totus2us.com which is dedicated to Our Lady. The motto of Blessed John Paul II was to Mary: Totus Tuus - All Yours.
 
Gabriel Gregorio Fernando José María García y Moreno y Morán de Buitrón (1821–1875) was an Ecuadorian politician who twice served as President of Ecuador (1859-1865 and 1869-1875) and was assassinated during his second term, after being elected to a third term. He is noted for his conservatism, Catholic religious perspective and rivalry with liberal strongman Eloy Alfaro. Under his administration, Ecuador became a leader in science and higher education within Latin America. In addition to th ...
 
Local NurseHealer events are cancelled for an undetermined amount of time due to health issues. Check NurseHealer.com for the most recent event information. We hope to resume event planning some time in 2019 or 2020. Archived online meditations and classes remain available. Click on "Classes & Workshops" or "Calendar" on NurseHealer.com for archived events. We hope to begin creatiing new online events, videos and eBooks again in 2019 or 2020. Thank you so much for supporting NurseHealer. I h ...
 
Welcome to “Living Your Authentic Life Podcast for Women Over 50”. Mary Sue Rabe is the founder and director of Women Healing the World, a creative community of women who want to make a difference for other women in their communities. Mary Sue Rabe shares life experiences and lessons learned such as finding your power, exploring issues of race, gender, and money. She also offers tools to grow personally such as forgiveness, letting go, meditation, memoir writing, and journal writing. She int ...
 
Inspired by a true life story, Lady Audley's Secret is the story of a woman's overwhelming ambition and passion for social success. When the first book came out in 1862, Victorian readers were shocked and outraged by its portrayal of aspects like bigamy, insanity, yearning for social status and the will to commit murder to achieve one's goals. The novel belongs to a genre that became very popular during that era. Known as “sensation novels” they can probably be equated to today's pulp fictio ...
 
Before he wrote the Oz books, L. Frank Baum wrote this book which was the best selling book of 1897. Taking 22 beloved nursery rhymes, he explains their meaning and fascinating history. What is the true story of Little Boy Blue? Why was Mary contrary?As he says in the introduction, "Many of these nursery rhymes are complete tales in themselves, telling their story tersely but completely; there are others which are but bare suggestions, leaving the imagination to weave in the details of the s ...
 
“She knows what she knows,” as Jeanne Street so lovingly reminds her weekly listeners of her “Angels Don’t Lie” radio show. Jeanne, a God- Based spiritual medium, healer and author, shares the loving guidance of Spirit, and loved ones from Heaven, with her worldwide audience and clientele. “Angles Don’t Lie” is a show dedicated to healing and love. Your soul desires to live in unity with love. Support your soul-self by joining the larger conversation at www.jeannestreet.com.
 
Mary Mapes Dodge created an instant bestseller with "Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates." She wanted the book to be partly a book of travels and partly a domestic story. It is a tale written for children that adults also find interesting and uplifting. Dodge writes as if she is sending a series of letters from Holland to children in America, and her you-are-there perspective is aided by a nice attention to detail and vivid imagery.The Brinkers are a poor but stoic family under a dark cloud - ...
 
Climate change is daunting, even scary. You can feel hopeless. What can help? Knowing that people are taking action to combat climate change. The Climate Daily podcast shares stories of people working together, in their communities and across the globe to adapt and to reduce the effects of climate change. Join co-hosts Jeffrey James, Maude Madison and Grace Rodgers as they bring you a quick round-up of people and organizations taking action to save the Climate. Their mission is to help you f ...
 
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Welcome to the Spiritual Insights Master Class Educational Series, Guidance from Spirit: Channeled Messages from Beyond the Veil featuring Mother Mary and her channel, Special Guest Co-Host Danielle Gibbons. Mother Mary offers a monthly discourse to offer profound clarity and empowerment to the Spiritual Insights Community. Topic: This segment is a…
 
Today, another in our frequent series of conversations with the political leadership of the city of Baltimore. We've had regular check-ins with Mayor Brandon Scott, Comptroller Bill Henry, and members of the Baltimore City Council, as well as the Council President, Nick Mosby, who is Tom's guest, once again, for the full hour today. The Council’s m…
 
Never go to bed angry? We discuss that and other "bad" marriage advice and share probably a little too much. Special Guest Alex games can be found on instagram @allylou63 and her hair and makeup account can be found on instagram @alexjames615. https://www.redbookmag.com/love-sex/relationships/g3718/the-worst-marriage-advice-from-every-decade/ **Dis…
 
Looking for hope at the Piney Point fertilizer dam break near Tampa Bay, plus what is the Civilian Climate Corps anyway? Meet the mother of the environmental justice movement, our climate champion Hazel M. Johnson, and Happy 75th anniversary, Mark Trail!โดย TheClimate.org
 
Jeffrey and Janina have written you a book. Yes you! YOU FEEL IT JUST BELOW THE RIBS: a novel, by Jeffrey Cranor and Janina Matthewson Coming November 16 Pre-order here: https://www.harpercollins.com/products/you-feel-it-just-below-the-ribs-jeffrey-cranorjanina-matthewson?variant=33105381490722 And check out the cover art & get all the latest news …
 
(Originally broadcast on February 19, 2021) Today, on this archive edition of Midday, Tom speaks with the award-winning writer, Chang-rae Lee. He is the author of six novels. The Surrendered, which he published in 2008, was a Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Another book, On Such a Full Sea was a Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award,…
 
Pakistan’s 10 Billion Tree Tsunami, plus updating the Bonn Challenge. Portugal steering toward a post-pandemic green economy, and Ethiopia’s Teki Paper Bags Company employs the deaf while also saving the environment.โดย TheClimate.org
 
Now, we continue our recap of the 2021 Session of the Maryland General Assembly, which concluded, Sine Die, at midnight last night in Annapolis. In addition to a billion-dollar stimulus bill, and a budget that got a big boost from the federal government’s American Rescue Plan, the legislature passed a package of historic police reform measures, alo…
 
Last night, the Maryland General Assembly finished the work of its 2021 Session, a session unlike any other, given the pandemic’s effect on how business was conducted, and in several respects, what business was conducted. We begin today with a look back at the 2021 Session. A little later, Ovetta Wiggins, who covers the Statehouse for the Washingto…
 
Use of the coronavirus vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson is being put on hold, following six cases of blood clots that may be related to the vaccine. The FDA and CDC have recommended pausing the use of the J&J vaccine, a recommendation that the state of Maryland and the City of Baltimore have announced they will implement until further informa…
 
What does it mean to heal? How can you facilitate your own healing journey? How can you continue to keep yourself going? If you're someone who is going on a healing journey you have probably asked yourself similar questions. In today's episode, we're really going to talk about the necessary tools needed to truly heal ourselves and healing in a very…
 
Amazon nixes warehouse development in Canadian wetland, plus building a global safety net for saving life on Earth. Introducing "We're All In," and can beavers help prevent climate change?โดย TheClimate.org
 
Tonight marks the beginning of Ramadan, Islam's month-long observance of fasting, prayer and family celebrations. Tom's next guest is a Muslim activist and author who emigrated to the United States from Pakistan in 2003. She’s written a book about her experiences in the United States, as she has assimilated into American culture, and risen to leade…
 
It’s Midday with the Mayor, another in our regular series of live conversations with Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott. Voters will weigh-in on returning the Baltimore police department to local control in a referendum in an upcoming election. Mayor Scott’s efforts to re-imagine public safety in Baltimore include forming a task force to consider h…
 
https://wholemothershow.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/210411.mp3 Ashley Musil, Midwife Ashley Musil is a midwife, co-owner, and clinical director at Wellspring Midwifery Care & Birth Center. She is also the president of the Greater Houston Midwives’ Alliance. After completing her midwifery training in 2013, Ashley became a Texas state licensed mid…
 
Russia Pledges 1,000 Electric Buses on Moscow Streets by 2022, plus China Crushes Both America and Russia in the Race To Replace Diesel Buses With Electric. Maryland Passes The “Climate Solutions Now Act Of 2021" and A One Planet Summit Recap.โดย TheClimate.org
 
In this episode of If You Know Mary, Then You Know Jesus, Catholic evangelists Bob Cantoni and Bob Carter talk about The Rosary, a Most Powerful Weapon (April 9, 2021)โดย WCAT Radio
 
Tom's next guest is the internationally acclaimed violinist, Jennifer Koh. Before the pandemic took hold, she was concertizing around the globe, in demand as one of the most brilliant artists of her generation. But when the pandemic began, bookings vanished. A New York Times profile published the day after Christmas referred to the “Cultural Depres…
 
Tom's first guest today is the author of a book about three accomplished Black women, Alberta King, Louise Little and Berdis Baldwin. It’s part biography of these women, and part clarion call for recognition of all Black women. Anna Malaika Tubbs writes that erasure, misrecognition and historical amnesia are, sadly, part of the formation of African…
 
We learn about S.A.F.E. Cities, plus Long Island, NY Could Solar Power Itself and More Each Year. Ocean Cleanup’s Solar-Powered Robots Head Toward Cleaning Up Top Ten Plastic-Polluting Rivers, and Rwanda Criminalizes More Plastic Waste.โดย TheClimate.org
 
Tom's Newsmaker guest today is Howard County Executive Calvin Ball. Howard County will open a mass COVID-19 vaccination site soon at the Mall in Columbia. Two other sites have been up and running for some time now. Like leaders in other jurisdictions, County Executive Ball will be addressing the negative economic impacts the pandemic has had on the…
 
Before Gil Scott-Heron, the legendary singer, pianist, and poet known as a “godfather of hip hop,” passed away in 2011, he spoke with his cousin, Baltimore soul-jazz vocalist Navasha Daya. He suggested that they work on some music together. “I enthusiastically agreed!” Daya said. “Sadly, he transitioned before we could fulfill the original plan.” N…
 
Our conversation with Rachel Garrett- former high school teacher, CASA, and hopeful foster parent. We discuss foster care, advocating for children, and the power that just one consistent adult can bring to a child's life. You can find Rachel's journey to foster care here: https://www.lovewhatmatters.com/i-finally-blurted-out-what-if-we-foster-i-can…
 
An Indian engineer's revolutionary air-cleaning/energy-producing technology attracts the praise of the United Nations, plus a deadly mudslide survivor vows to protect his city's environment. Want Healthier Kids? Let 'Em Play Outdors, and the first US city to ban new gas stations.โดย TheClimate.org
 
Today's conversation on Angels Don't Lie is about near death experience, often referred to as NDE. I will take you behind the scenes of my personal life and share details of how you can support a loved one who has had an NDE. This is a big conversation, you may have questions, feel alone and misunderstood with your own experience. It is my hope tha…
 
Tom's next guest is a leader in the socially responsible investment movement. Hazel Henderson describes herself as an "evolutionary" economist. She is the founder and CEO of an advocacy enterprise called Ethical Markets. She has written extensively about changing our basic understanding of money and rethinking the so-called "money meme." She is the…
 
Tom's Newsmaker guest today is a newcomer to town who is the first to occupy a newly-created position in City Government. Christopher Shorter is Baltimore’s first City Administrator. As Mayor Brandon Scott put it when he first announced Mr. Shorter's impending appointment, the city administrator's role will be to help the mayor "fix what’s broken i…
 
Dutch float huge solar panel project in a lake, plus meet Canada's Sustainabiliteens! A great listen--The Climate Music Project, and Climate Champion Emma Lim.โดย TheClimate.org
 
When Brandon Scott was running for Mayor last year, he promised several changes to the structure of city government that he asserted will improve the efficacy of city services and focus attention on the need for those services to be delivered equitably. Tomorrow, we will meet Baltimore’s new City Administrator, Christopher Shorter. Today, we meet t…
 
The Department of Public Works - the DPW - is one of the city’s largest agencies, employing more than 2,700 people, with an annual budget of $607 million dollars. Baltimore’s DPW director also sits on the Board of Estimates. Last month, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced a leadership change at the Department of Public Works. Jason Mitchell is …
 
Why is rest important? How can you incorporate more rest into our day? What does rest look and feel like to you? Rest is something that is often overlooked even when it's planned. Chasing rest can feel like a never-ending cycle which causes you to feel more exhausted. Giving yourself grace and taking a break to rest is something we need to incorpor…
 
Why Green Roofs matter, plus Minnesota pollution control agency proposes $2.9 million sewer resilience improvement legislation. Red Lakes Band of Chippewa Tribe goes solar, and happy 10th anniversary of the Adaptation Fund!โดย TheClimate.org
 
For the continuing coronavirus pandemic, it is the best of times, and it is the worst of times. More than 61 million people have been vaccinated nationwide. Deaths are declining, but the US reports more than 64,000 new COVID cases every day. Yesterday, Maryland recorded the highest number of daily cases and hospitalizations since January, as the nu…
 
This podcast was not what I was planning on, but it’s what happened when I started talking about asking for guidance from my (deceased) grandma and grandpa. It’s not entirely unrelated to the spirit world that we talk about when talking about spirit babies, so I thought I’d share it with you as a “creating…
 
Making construction board from wheat straw, plus the city of Sevilla, Spain turns its leftover oranges into electricity. Grid scale battery storage a reality, and three days of Earth Day climate action!โดย TheClimate.org
 
Time for another visit with Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck, who joins Tom today with her review of the new virtual theater production from Maryland's State Theater, Baltimore Center Stage. The filmed play is a world premiere of the latest work by journalist, screenwriter, Emmy-nominated producer and playwright Keli Goff. Her play is called T…
 
It's another edition of Midday at the Movies, our monthly look at films and filmmaking. With the pandemic-delayed Academy Awards telecast finally happening later this month — Sunday, April 25, on the ABC television network — we'll get our annual Oscar predictions from our Midday movie mavens: Ann Hornaday is a film critic for the Washington Post an…
 
Dominion Energy to build electric car power stations along the I-95 & I-81 corridors in Washington, DC, plus the BBC produces the world's first emissions-free outdoor broadcast. You can plant trees just by surfing the Internet with the Ecosia search engine, and the Global Forest Watch implements new technology to see clearly the forest and the tree…
 
It’s chilly and windy and rainy and yucky in much of the listening area today, but believe it or not, spring sprang nearly two weeks ago. Temperatures will be in the 20s tonight, but there are signs that winter is making an exit: today is opening day for Major League Baseball. The Baltimore Orioles are at Fenway Park to play the Boston Red Sox. Fir…
 
Meet youth activist climate champion, Franciso Vera, plus a Baltimore Community Restores Degraded Forest. How many trees can two people plant, anyway? And, a mystery bird reappears after being lost to science for 172 years.โดย TheClimate.org
 
(This conversation was originally broadcast on March 22, 2021)Tom's guest on this archive edition of Midday has written a thoughtful and insightful books on the subject of racial inequality. Heather McGhee is the former head of the think tank, Demos, an organization that focuses on inequality. She is now the chair of the board of Color of Change, a…
 
Britain's Climate Action group halts construction of UK's largest gas-fired energy plant, plus a Maryland county makes record-breaking electric school bus purchase. Germany needs more renewable energy storage to keep up with its renewable energy production, and in our Climate Culture series, it's "Storytelling with Saris."…
 
Tom's guest on this archive edition of Midday is Alec MacGillis, an award-winning reporter for ProPublica whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker and The Atlantic, among other publications. His latest book is about Amazon, and about the seismic shifts that it has caused not only in the American economy, but in America…
 
Our thoughts are powerful. The way we think about ourselves, consciously and subconsciously, controls every aspect of our lives. How are you speaking to yourself? Are you holding on to childhood trauma and emotions that have led you down a path to burnout, living up to other people's expectations, and unhappiness? In this episode, Les is diving dee…
 
Solving the Oceans' Ghost Gear Problem, plus U.S./Canada enter into a lithium-ion partnership. Going net-zero could add a trillion dollars to US GDP, and welcome to the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration!โดย TheClimate.org
 
At the outset of the Coronavirus pandemic, it was widely assumed that African Americans and LatinX people were more reluctant to get the COVID 19 vaccine than White people. Since then, it is now apparent that while access to the vaccine is different for African Americans, rates of hesitancy between races is about the same. In fact, data shows that …
 
Cloning brings black-footed ferret from the brink of extinction, plus thirty thousand Armenian students to get a digital climate education. Costa Rica ups its climate-saving goals, and Loudon Wainwright's "A Hard Day on the Planet" finds a new audience.โดย TheClimate.org
 
https://wholemothershow.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/210328.mp3 Debbie Hull, Doula and Childbirth Educator Debbie Hull has been serving expectant Houston families as a doula and childbirth educator for over 20 years. She is proud and thrilled to serve on CAPPA faculty as both a Labor Doula Trainer and Childbirth Educator Trainer, preparing the ne…
 
In this episode of If You Know Mary, Then You Know Jesus, Catholic evangelist Bob Cantoni presents on Mary, mother of our redeemer, and co-redemptrix and mediatrix of all graces (March 28, 2021)โดย WCAT Radio
 
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