October 21st Show
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On today's show:
Jeanette Johnson, author of
J's Everyday Fashion and Faith
Douglas Abrams, author of the formerly released
Book of Joy and now his latest addition, the
Book of Joy Journal
Nick Garulay, CEO of My Florida Green
joins to discuss #CannabisSpeaks Symposium.
Today October 21st in history
1797 USS Constitution, a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy, named by President George Washington after the Constitution of the United States of America. She is the world's oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat.[Note 1] Constitution was launched in 1797, one of frigates authorized for construction by the Naval Act of 1794 and the third constructed. nickname of "Old Ironsides" and public adoration that has repeatedly saved her from scrapping. She continued to serve as flagship in the Mediterranean and African squadrons, and she circled the world in the 1840s.
As a fully commissioned U.S. Navy ship, her crew of 60 officers and sailors participate in ceremonies, educational programs, and special events while keeping her open to visitors year round and providing free tours. The officers and crew are all active-duty U.S. Navy personnel, and the assignment is considered to be special duty in the U.S. Navy. Traditionally, command of the vessel is assigned to a Navy commander. She is usually berthed at Pier 1 of the former Charlestown Navy Yard, at one end of Boston's Freedom Trail.
1837 Under a flag of truce during U.S. Peace talks, U.S. troops seize the Indian Seminole Chief Osceola in Florida. He died a few months later in prison at Fort Moultrie in Charleston, South Carolina, of causes reported as an internal infection or malaria. At the age of 33
Henry Ford dedicates the Thomas Edison Institute
On this day in 1929, the 50th birthday of the incandescent light bulb, Henry Ford throws a big party to celebrate the dedication of his new Thomas Edison Institute in Dearborn, Michigan. Everybody who was anybody was there: John D. Rockefeller Jr., Charles Schwab, Otto H. Kahn, Walter Chrysler, Marie Curie, Will Rogers, President Herbert Hoover—and, of course, the guest of honor, Thomas Edison himself.
1940 Ernest Hemingway’s novel For whom the Bell Tolls is published.
1959 Guggenheim Museum opens in Ne1959, on New York City’s Fifth Avenue, thousands of people line up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled a giant upside-down cupcake. It was opening day at the new Guggenheim Museum, home to one of the world’s top collections of contemporary art.
1959 Von Braun moves to NASA. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs an executive order transferring the brilliant rocket designer Wernher von Braun and his team from the U.S. Army to the newly created National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Von Braun, the mastermind of the U.S. space program, had developed the lethal V-2 rocket for Nazi Germany during World War II.
On this day in 1988, Mystic Pizza, a romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts, Annabeth Gish and Lili Taylor as three young women who work at a pizza parlor in Mystic, Connecticut, opens in theaters. The then-unknown Roberts played Daisy Arujo, a feisty, wild-child waitress from a working-class family
1961 Bob Dylan records his first album in a single day at the cost of $400.
1772 Samuel Taylor Coleridge, English poet (The Rime of the ancient Mariner & Kubla Khan)
1833 Alfred Nobel, inventor of dynamite and founder of the Nobel Prizes.
1917 Dizzy Gillespie
An iconic figure in the history of jazz music who was instantly recognizable even to millions of non-jazz fans by his puffed-out cheeks and his trademark trumpet, with its horn bent upwards at a 45-degree angle, John Birks Gillespie—better known as “Dizzy”—was born on this day in 1917 in Cheraw, South Carolina.
1956 Carrie Fisher, actress author, screenwriter best known as Princess Leia
J's Everyday Fashion and Faith
The Book of Joy Journal
Nick Garulay of My Florida Green took the time to join us to share and discuss where we are in Florida legally with medicinal marijuana, who it can help and how to learn more at the upcoming #CANNABISSPEAKS event.
According to Florida’s Amendment 2, an expanded list of diagnosable conditions may be eligible for a medical marijuana recommendation, including:
Learn who can be helped and how to get them that help with these industry pioneers speaking at the Cannabis Speaks symposium.
Tripp Keber, the CEO of Dixie Brands and internationally recognized advocate. Mr. Keber is one of the medical marijuana pioneers, introducing THC infused products to the market. His extensive knowledge of cannabis and the cannabis industry is unprecedented.
Barry Gordon, M.D., President & Chief Medical Officer of the Compassionate Cannabis Clinic. Dr. Gordon is a thirty-year veteran of emergency room medicine- most notably dealing with drug addicts and overdoses. “It was my career in emergency medicine that drove me to find an alternative for my patients and research cannabis more. I’ve seen the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and more… you can’t even compare the effects.”
Bill Monroe, U.S. Navy combat veteran and the director of dispensary management for 3 Boys Farm, is one of the most recent license holders in Florida and a very well respected advocate in the Florida Cannabis community.
Sai Maa, World-renowned spiritual master, healer, and humanitarian. With a unique fusion of Eastern spiritual wisdom, Western therapeutic knowledge. Sai Maa holds the prestigious title of Jagadguru, the highest title in the Vedic tradition of India. She is the first woman to receive this title in the 2,700 years of the Vishnuswami lineage.
Cade Copeland, D.C., owner of LIFEstrength Health Center. Dr. Copeland specializes in functional medicine, chiropractic, nutrition and detox, offing a holistic lifestyle approach to whole body healing and wellness.
Pat Deluca, Executive Director of the Compassionate Cannabis clinic. He has pioneered the Medical Marijuana program in Florida since the passing of Amendment 2.
Joseph Rosado, M.D., licensed with the Office of Medical Marijuana Use, Dr. Rosado specializes in qualifying conditions and how to treat them with Medical Marijuana.
Event is moderated by Nick Garulay, Founder and CEO of My Florida Green, the first and only patient access portal and ancillary physician platform that facilitates Medical Marijuana recommendations in Florida.
General admission tickets are $49.00 and are available here
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Nick Garulay of My Florida Green, he can be reached at email@example.com
On the occasion of his 80th birthday, HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA invited his dear friend, ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU, to Dharamsala, where he lives in exile. For one historic week, the two men spoke candidly to each other about their lives, their philosophies, the state of the world, and of the inherently human trait we call JOY.
Last year - these conversations became "THE BOOK OF JOY" written by the two men along with DOUGLAS ABRAMS. Abrams moderated the conversation and in the book, he walks the reader through the conversations between them - the private moments they shared throughout the week, and the history and science both men reference in their explanations of what joy means to them!
This year - "THE BOOK OF JOY - JOURNAL" gives us a way to plot our own paths to joy!
"Joy and happiness cannot be found in pursuit of any goal or achievement. It does not reside in fortune or fame. It resides only in the human mind and the human heart. And it’s here where we hope you will find it."
—HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA and ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU
When popular fashion blogger, Jeanette “J” Johnson of J’s Everyday Fashion, decided to post about her struggle with reconciling her faith and her love for fashion….she was uncertain about the response. Her blog typically focuses on affordable fashion tips for real-life women…not faith. But the response was overwhelming…and days later she received a book deal.
Faith and Fashion are two topics that are rarely brought into the same conversation…yet J discusses how these odd bedfellows do in fact intersect in many ways.
J shows that caring about our appearance doesn't have to be a sign of vanity…. that we can interweave our values, morals, and faith – whatever our faith - with our own sense of style and creativity, and that we have a social responsibility as consumers.
Her post opened up a pertinent discussion that deeply reverberated with readers looking to find similar balance. Through personal experiences, current events, and pop-culture references, J’S EVERYDAY FASHION AND FAITH: Personal Style with Purpose (Waterfall Press; 10/3/17) makes the connection between deep-seeded spirituality, strong values, and the daily decisions we make about our personal style.
From her upbringing in rural middle America, to her first job out of college in a big city, and finally to Florida where her blog was born, J’s journey to finding a balance between her love for fashion and her faith was not an easy one. After experiencing many setbacks in her personal and professional life by not being appropriately dressed in the interest of being frugal, J was faced with the harsh reality that her style choices conflicted with her inherent values. In her memoir, J embraces this understanding while providing a unique perspective with refreshing outlooks on guilt, creativity, self-esteem, and global responsibility that everyone has encountered.
· Balance: As women we often put the needs of others ahead of our own. The varying duties of being a woman can feel overwhelming. But treating yourself to something you have pined over or setting aside time for yourself are important forms of self-care.
· Creativity: Our passions – whether that means for you clothes, beauty, food, art, or anything else – is an important part of our souls and are something to be celebrated. Don’t be afraid to embrace who you are.
· Self-esteem: When your clothes don’t fit, it’s easy to believe that your body is the issue and not the clothes. But hidden behind those clothes are issues surrounding inner beauty that is far more powerful and important.
· Global Responsibility: While we cannot change the world in a day, we at least have a responsibility to start questioning where our clothes come from, what conditions those people are working under, and to know how much waste clothes produce.
Many women are faced with these universal concerns and J’s objective is to open the discussion for women from all walks of life and faiths. Part memoir, part call-to-action, J'S EVERYDAY FASHION AND FAITH explores topics that we as women often don't talk about openly. It shows that caring about our appearance doesn't have to be a sign of vanity, that we can interweave our values, morals, and faith with our own sense of style and creativity, and that we have a social responsibility as consumers.