I’m really happy with this episode… and I can’t remember why. Other then the “go live” date, I can’t remember why Controversy for a title seemed appropriate. I know we got into a pretty depthy conversation about 9/11 — I don’t remember if it was/is on tape. So, without any further prologue, I introduce to […]
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I think the title of this episode really says everything there is to say about this episode… except that i would spend forever in the presence of my children if that was an option. This episode is probably for me more so then anyone else… And, please, enjoy the show!
Aaron Wilker Warehouse & Distribution Logistics I have been in the Distribution and Logistics industry for over twenty years, building and managing teams at all levels of warehouse distribution and logistics. I have management experience in Food Service Distribution and Manufacturing as well as Wholesale/Retail Distribution. My strength is in creating processes that will streamline […]
Terri Tate is a psychiatric nurse specialist and inspirational humorist. Terri was first diagnosed with disfiguring oral cancer in 1991, and is now a nationally recognized speaker and storyteller; a consultant who uses lessons from her own struggle to help support anyone facing life challenges; and a stand-up comedian with a popular one-woman show, Shopping […]
I had the opportunity to hang out with Nate Dogg and do some real talk regarding the art of inebriation. I really think it’s best to let this one play… it is such a personal topic. and I think Nate covered it all perfectly!
Season Five continues with special guest, Bernard Meisler, Editor-in-Chief of Sensitive Skin Magazine. We speak of old, affordable times in cities, art and struggle… And we emulate the Nixon tapes; sadly. (Yes, in my fifth year – I lost footage. ) Sensitive Skin features art, writing and music without rules or boundaries by both famous and […]
Season Five begins with a wonderful being I met in Mysore practice; Jenny Wade. She is publishing a book: Mayakovsky Maximum Access selected poems by Vladimir Mayakovsky translated by Jenny Wade She enlightens me with the depth and breath of Russian poetry; especially of Vladimir Mayakovsky… a Russian Soviet poet, playwright, artist, and actor. Her […]
Season four ends with Rev. Katherine Revoir. I’ve practiced with Katherine for a while, and was very fortunate to be granted this time spent with her… it is wonderful when opportunity allows me to see through my preconceived notions of an individual. I found in Katherine an experienced, kind, and supportive person… who has found […]
Today, I begin a new action to form a new habit in my life; my personal blog posting. Blogs: a personal form of communication, like an online diary, usually public. Are diaries meant for other eyes a form of narcissism? Is an auto-biography a form of narcissism? And – is one’s personal story an educational […]
For my October 2017 episode, I have the pleasure to introduce to you a fellow seeker – Michael Amara. We delved in to a few things; fatherhood, responsibility for well-being… the meaning of life. You know — the usual. As his business card states One-to-one conversations about finding the path to your own true self. […]