Receiving what’s Rightfully Yours
We had a celebration at church this morning that made me think of each of you fellow Mountain Takers. We gathered as a congregation to join God honoring and promoting one of His kids. The Lord was publicly recognizing the many years of faithful service of a lady in our church and bestowing increased authority on her as a licensed pastoral minister. Our friend, Sheryl, was receiving something that was rightfully hers, and we all…Continue
Added by Carl Jenks on April 29, 2012 at 2:56pm — No Comments
“She had an unequalled gift…of squeezing big mistakes into small opportunities.” –Henry James
On April 17, 2012, Ian McEwan gave the inaugural lecture for the Rita E. Hauser Forum, presented by the Mahindra…Continue
Added by Christine Frost on April 28, 2012 at 12:36pm — No Comments
Letters, phone calls, e-mails – we’re inundated with solicitations daily and more often than not, we find them a nuisance. Some are gems though and worth paying attention to. With government cuts to social programs, the charities that contribute to and support many of these programs are hurting and they need our help. Pick your cause and back it. With your time or your money. Both are invaluable – just like you are.…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on April 28, 2012 at 7:49am — No Comments
Please enjoy, It’s All About the Cake, which is my April “Horse Tales & Teachers” column on StableWomanGazette.com. See why my gorgeous and soon-to-be 10 year old Swedish Warmblood “grandson,” Stormy, continues to be one of the best master teachers! http://stablewomangazette.com/articles/its-all-about-the-cake
Many thanks to Starr Weldon for the opportunity to be a guest on her…Continue
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on April 27, 2012 at 4:54pm — No Comments
I’m proud to tell you that my master teachers, Saba & Hana, are part of the Spring issue of a new Canadian magazine, “CitizenPet – Journal of Animal Companionship.” My article, Labrador Lessons, is available online as well at: http://www.citizenpet.com/article.html.
I hope you can join Starr Weldon and I on her radio show, The Walk In Cafe, tonight, April 26th from 8 – 9 pm ET. For those who can’t, our…Continue
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on April 26, 2012 at 9:50am — No Comments
I want to thank fellow horse enthusiast, Jackie Anton, for the wonderful interview we did that is now available on her site. Please enjoy it at: http://jackieanton.wordpress.com/author-interviews/interview-with-nancy-a-kaiser/
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on April 24, 2012 at 10:48am — No Comments
Burning Hearts is the first book in the ‘Sanctuary Point Series’ by ‘crime fictionista’ Nike Chillemi. The series takes place in a small American town called Sanctuary Point shortly after World War Two has ended. The action begins almost immediately as the heroine, a young seamstress named Erica Brogna, is caught in a house fire. Her friend and employer is also caught in the burning building. Lorne Kincade, a war veteran who is new to town, happens along on his motorcycle and helps…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on April 23, 2012 at 10:44pm — No Comments
I hope you can join me for my interview with Starr Weldon on her radio show, The Walk in Cafe, Thursday, April 26th between 8-9 pm ET. We will be discussing all things animals including my work as an animal communicator and healer, and my latest book, Tales of an Animal Communicator ~ Master Teachers. …Continue
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on April 23, 2012 at 12:10pm — No Comments
Usually when I think of agita it brings back memories of spicy food. Agita is the way my stomach lets me know I’ve over done it. But agita is also a synonym for another form of “heart burn” – anxiety. You might think of anxiety as mental and emotional agita. Sometimes anxiety does have physical symptoms. Most have heard the term “nervous stomach”.
What does agita have to do with taking your Mountain for Christ? A lot! Taking new territory, whether on a physical mountain…Continue
Added by Carl Jenks on April 22, 2012 at 4:34pm — No Comments
I’ve been reading about Vivek Ranadive, founder of Tibco Software Inc. in Palo Alto, California. I hadn’t heard about him until today. So don’t feel badly that you haven’t either. He’s launching a mobile app for the Golden State Warriors NBA franchise (he’s the owner) that he says will revolutionize the fan experience and sell more products. What does this all have to do with you and me? Well, Ranadive says he owes his success to staying two seconds ahead – “A…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on April 14, 2012 at 12:56pm — No Comments
Just a shout-out to let you know I’ll be a guest on Starr Weldon’s radio show, The Walk In Cafe, next Thursday evening, April 26th from 8 pm – 9 pm ET. I’m really looking forward to discussing my animal communication and healing work, and my books, especially my latest book, Tales of an Animal Communicator ~ Master Teachers. Don’t worry; I’ll include the link when it gets closer. Just wanted you to save the date.
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on April 12, 2012 at 8:52am — No Comments
In this day of escalating prices, out of control debt, and worldwide insecurity, is there anything that we can count on to grow in a positive direction? Actually there are two things that we can have absolute assurance will keep on growing and growing. Neither of these can be adversely impacted by any company or country’s fiscal ups and downs. Nor are they subject to whims of policy. They defy the stress of emotional roller coasters and are not…Continue
Added by Carl Jenks on April 11, 2012 at 3:43pm — No Comments
At the end of last week, I was contacted by a lovely woman in Denmark about her West Highland Terrier, who was suffering with a serious eye injury. She and her husband were struggling with the decision of whether or not to follow their vet’s recommendation of euthanasia. Helping animals transition and their families accept the loss is a privilege for me. I believe it’s the most important work I do. Having no geographical restrictions to telepathic communication allows me to help wherever…Continue
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on April 7, 2012 at 3:45pm — No Comments
I’m training for the Limestone half-marathon in Kingston at the end of this month. Last weekend I ran part of the route for the first time. Though the distance was the same as I’ve already done, it felt longer. Not knowing what was in front of me, not being able to anticipate the bends and hills took that extra energy from me. Tomorrow I will do it again yet with less anxiety for I now know what I am facing. Once you know what you are getting into, it’s a lot…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on April 6, 2012 at 7:41am — No Comments
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Cable Car or Crampons?
Recently I was watching a travelogue on TV. The host was exploring Bavaria in Germany, and one of the highlights of the tour was a trip to the Jungfrau, the highest mountain in that part of Europe. Because this was a travel show and not an outdoor adventure program the mountain was to “scaled” with the aid of a cable car.
We, the “virtual” tourists, joined the throng on the platform waiting our turn to board. When we were all safely…Continue
Added by Carl Jenks on April 1, 2012 at 4:17pm — No Comments