Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Environmental and Health Care Crisis: Irrevocably Broken?


Environmental and Health Care Crisis: Irrevocably Broken?
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
Health and environment are among the most dire crises we face today. Not surprisingly, they are interrelated – interwoven to the point that it is difficult to see where one ends and the other begins.

As humans, we have fouled our own nest – the earth – until, predictably, we have poisoned ourselves in the process. Not only echo systems, but just when we need them most, health care systems are rapidly failing. Clearly our current approach to both is unsustainable.

Can we turn this around, or has it gone too far to be corrected – irrevocably broken?
What will it take to clean up and protect the planet and our health? How can we as individuals become part of the solution rather than part of the problem?

With us this hour to ponder these very pressing problems is J. T. Madicus. JT is an American entrepreneur, educator, author, and producer. Through his books, films, and businesses, he advocates modern solutions to the problems facing our world, particularly in the fields of healthcare, education, and sustainability.
His website: no2ndchances.com/
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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

The Evolution of School Systems


The Evolution of School Systems 
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
In times past, schools were considered a safe place for children and teachers – one of exploration and growth. Now with all the conflict, stress and shootings, teachers deserve hazardous duty pay and children might be wise to exchange their backpacks for bulletproof vests.
What has happened to turn our once safe and supportive schools into war zones? How ineffective has education become as a result? What evolutionary solution can be found to counteract the rapidly deteriorating condition of school environments, safety and quality of education?

With us this hour to delve into the dilemma is Dr. Cletus R. Bulach a retired Ohio school superintendent and associate professor emeritus at the University of West Georgia.  He is the author of numerous articles in educational journals and is co-author of the two books: “School Climate and Culture Vis-à-vis Student Learning: Keys to Collaborative Problem Solving and Responsibility.” The second book is “Enhancing A High Performing School Culture and Climate: New Insights for Improving Schools.” The second book focuses on human relations problems that interfere with creating a positive school culture and climate: poor interpersonal communications and inability to cope with conflict.
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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Following Your Joy to Live Your Purpose


Following Your Joy to Live Your Purpose
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
Lately, we are hearing a lot about life purpose and true calling. Exactly what that is seems to be up for debate.
Some schools of thought indicate that one must find the job that matches up with their “calling” in order to live their purpose. Others allude to living our purpose through whatever we happen to be doing at the time. Some believe they cannot live their purpose as they must make money to survive – that following one’s calling is diametrically opposed to earning a decent income.
What exactly is our true calling? How can we uncover what our calling is? Is purpose necessarily attached at the hip to occupation? How can we uncover what we came to do? Or is it all a grand illusion, fabricated to give our seemingly meaningless existence value?
With us this hour to explore life purpose is Jennifer Noel Taylor, author of “Spiritual and Broke: How to Stop Struggling with Money and Live Your Purpose.” Jennifer is an energy healing practitioner, self-help motivator, and the CEO of Quantum-Touch, Inc. She has dedicated her life work to helping people discover the healing power of their love. Jennifer graduated from Cal Poly with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science and a Minor in Philosophy. After graduation, she started her first job as a Software Engineer at a big company in San Diego, but the job didn’t align with her true passion in life. She innately knew that she had a purpose and felt keenly aware she was not following her true calling.
Her website: JenniferNoelTaylor.com
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Environmental and Health Care Crisis: Irrevocably Broken?

Environmental and Health Care Crisis: Irrevocably Broken? ~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~ Health and environment are among the most dire crises ...