Today is March 12th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment. In this episode Gary goes into deep commentaries from Chris Hedges and professor Henry Grioux. In the second half of the program Gary plays audio clips from Emma Watson and the future of feminism and Jordan Peterson: …
Eleanor LeCain talks about work-family balance and gender equality with Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” and Unfinished Business, President and CEO of New America, and former director of Policy Planning for the US Department of State.
In segment one: the host of Heart Of Mind Radio, Kathryn Davis reads a brief passage from her upcoming book: “Life in the Age of Now, Being from the center of existence! called: Two Dimensional Life in a 3D world.
Reading is followed by a discussion on The Beauty of 3rd Dimensional Life:
“It is only upon moving from the linear scape of flat surface and bare walls into the spiraling landscapes of the natural world, only then, will we fully inhabit our 3rd dimensional reality.”
In segment two: we hear an exert of the following presentation:
Stephen R. Covey on Living a Principle-Centered Life
Recorded in 2008. Dr. Steven Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People gives an outstanding address at Montana State University on living a principally-centered life.
He explains how those who live without principles tend to evaluate themselves according to what others think. He also encourages the incoming freshman he is addressing to not cram their studies in order to just get by in college, as that is a bad habit that Covey confesses he had which robbed him of much of the value of his early college education.
A preliminary analysis has concluded that over 75 percent of high school students who use heroin previously used prescription painkillers. The study’s authors implicated not only pharmaceutical opioids, but the nature of drug education in the United States, suggesting students do not trust institutional calls to refrain from drug use. Though the findings come with limitations, they further highlight the nation’s persistent, …
I use the term “epocalypse” to name the last days of the global economy as we know it — a global economic collapse of biblical proportion. It is economic, epochal, an apocalypse that will change the world and a collapse ” all in one word that sounds the right size for what I’m talking about. Call it the “Great Collapse” …