Sun, 20 December 2009
Patrick Colucci is vice-chair of The HumanLight Committee (www.humanlight.org), and a member of both the NJ Humanist Network (www.njhn.org) and the American Humanist Association. Based in NJ, he is a long-time activist in the movements for Humanism, and for peace and social justice. We will be discussing HumanLight, a humanist celebration which takes place on December 23rd. In the midst of traditional holiday celebrations, HumanLight presents an alternative reason to celebrate: a Humanist's vision of a good future. It is a future in which all people can identify with each other, behave with the highest moral standards, and work together toward a happy, just and peaceful world. This show originally aired on 12/21/09. Contact information: www.humanlight.org, info@HumanLight.org or (215)-794-8548
Mon, 7 December 2009
Nani Aki Linder is a results oriented, "quitting is not an option," spiritual Kumu, who teaches the Hawaiian Art of Forgiveness formally known as Ho'oponopono. Nani is a published author, recognized expert on cross-cultural awareness & visionary leadership, and is the co-founder of the NW Women's Leadership Conference, taking place at the Coeur d'Alene Resort on January 29 and 30 (www.nwWomensleadershipconference.com). December 7th is considered Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, in response to the conversations that will be taking place about Pearl Harbor, we will be discussing Nani's experiences growing up in Hawaii and Hawaiian spirituality, kahana pono. Contact Information - www.Nanilinder.com, Nanilinder@comcast.net or 509-467-7714. This program originally aired on 12/7/09.