The Living Force
Listening to your latest, excellent show guys! Good work, good quality, great speakers!
Niall said:Good show you guys! Two trolls back-to-back means you're stirring things up!
You handled it well. I like Harrison's 3-step troll-recovery program
voyageur said:Great show folks; less the trolls.
The talk on non-socialized living was very good and it seems also that our very social engineering systems (electronic communications etc.), and especially this hyperbole terrorist shtick, at its core, is the fear being instilled. So in this respect, people are much more scared to talk with people about things that matter, to express a worldview that is not in sync with what is being drummed in. So this helps to dived people, where in days past, these issues would bring people together.
The last caller discussed the muscularskeletal implications of technology and our heads weight. There is an interesting article and video on this subject called 'The 42 Lb. Head' by Erik Dalton Ph.D.(Certified Advanced Rolfer founder of Freedom From Pain Institute). http://www.daltonarticles.com/public_html/42PoundHead.html
See the video below:
Here is a SoTT article on "Text Neck". There was another SoTT article that offered a simple way when you sit that helps adjust your neck and shoulders (can't find it). Nevertheless, the simple way was to cup your hands and rotate them out so that they are level. This forces your shoulders back, thus straightening the neck and shoulders - good idea to loose the phone, too.
This week, The Truth Perspective interviews Alexandra Halaby, North American Spokesperson and Media Liaison for Palestine's International Middle East Media Center (IMEMC). Ms. Halaby will be discussing recent events in Palestine and Israel, the conditions of Palestinians living in Gaza and the West Bank, as well as the history of the conflict, the recent Summer war in Gaza, and the various commonly held myths about what is really going on in the regions.
Alexandra Halaby is an experienced journalist, published at Huffington Post, NSNBC International, The World Post, and Palestine Review. She studied Organizational Leadership with a focus on Public Relations at Bethal University and has continued studies at University of Geneva and Pynter Institute for Media Studies. She has also done volunteer work with the United Nations Population Fund for Palestine, American Friends of UNRWA, and is a member of Amnesty International.