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In This Episode: Throwback Wednesday Special, a brilliant conversation from last November 2021 I had with an interfaith minister where we talked about the fact that we are all human beings and no matter what religion we are no matter what position in life we are, color, race, creed that we all are part of this planet as a whole. With everything going on with Roe versus wade and some of the other Supreme Court decisions that may or may not be coming down the line I just wanted to remind everybody to take time to listen, to understand that we are all in this together, and that we need to not only love each other but to respect each other as individuals. I do not agree with the Supreme Court decisions made lately as I believe that they are more religious and right wing based than set in a legal precedent grounded in our personal freedom and privacies which is unfortunate. But we have an opportunity to take a positive out of this to fight for what is right and to work together as the human race and as Americans to be humane, compassionate, understanding and tolerant to make the changes needed. So please enjoy this Wednesday throwback episode as I feel that we could all benefit from the words of wisdom therein. In this episode we discuss and ask the question: what is interfaith ministry? Can interfaith ministries bring us together in a unique way to allow for us all to connect ourselves through the universe? Is it true that we are all connected to one another? Stay tuned because we’re going to talk to an interfaith minister and discuss different world religions and what they each teach us about living our life to the fullest; the similarities and differences, as well as contemplate the key takeaways! My guest In This Episode Jerry Zehr he is an ordained minister and has been a leader in Interfaith ministries for over 35 years. He has helped create four interfaith organizations, including the Carmel Interfaith Alliance and the Indiana Multifaith Network. Jerry leads workshops, retreats, and speaks at events on different aspects of Walking the Enlightened Path, Developing Inner Peace, Learning to Forgive, and Building Understandings of Different Faith Traditions. Find out more about Jerry everything that he and his ministry have to offer at https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode: What if we had an opportunity to get a review of our lives from the past and how it relates to us in the present? What if we didn't have to wait to die to go to heaven? How about a way to discover your soul's true purpose for this life, and why advanced souls choose harder lives? In this episode we're going to answer these questions and more when we talk to a woman who shares her experience, and how you can experience it as well. I'm your host Michael Herst and this is One More Thing Before You Go. HOW DOES Past Life Regression WORK? WHAT EXACTLY IS Life Between Lives (LBL)? What Really Happens in Heaven? A Near Death Experience Without the Death? Does our Soul HAVE A Journey? Can we meet our Spirit Guide? What is a Soul Family? How do we Receive Guidance from our Council of Wise Elders? My guest in this episode is Vondie Lozano, she is a Michael Newton Institute Certified Life Between Lives® Facilitator. Vondie was led to Life Between Lives Hypnosis by her dog, which helped prepare her for the loss of her disabled mom. Vondie also has a background as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Psychology Professor who was featured in Cosmopolitan, L.A. Parent Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. In this episode she’s going to provide our listeners a glimpse into the afterlife, and what our soul does after we die, before we’re born into a new life.  MORE INFO AT: https://beforeyougopodcast.com (https://beforeyougopodcast.com) #onemorethingbeforeyougopodcast #Applepodcasts #Spotifypodcast #AmazonPodcasts #Podcasts #Pastlives #pastliferegression #lifebetweenlives #Neardeathexperience This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode the Origins of Father’s Day a little history and some special guests that are near and dear to my heart sharing some memories hopefully to incite some of your own. I’m here with Michael Herst I’m here with my lovely wife and Co host Diane Welcome to One More Thing Before You Go Over the Teacup Sunday  “The campaign to celebrate the nation’s fathers did not meet with the same enthusiasm– as mother’s day perhaps because, as one florist explained, “fathers haven’t the same sentimental appeal that mothers have.”  But here we are June 17, 2022 celebrating another Father's Day to everyone of you fathers out there which I'm told there are about 70 million of us here in the United states alone. So stay tuned we're going to talk a little bit about the history of Father's Day and here for some very special people in my life as well to share this day with you “On July 5, 1908, a West Virginia church sponsored the nation’s first event explicitly in honor of fathers, a Sunday sermon in memory of the 362 men who had died in the previous December’s explosions at the Fairmont Coal Company Monongah mine, but it was a one-time commemoration and not an annual holiday. The next year, a Spokane, Washington, woman named Sonora Smart Dodd, one of six children raised by a widower, tried to establish an official equivalent to Mother’s Day for male parents. She went to local churches, the YMCA, shopkeepers and government officials to drum up support for her idea, and she was successful: Washington State celebrated the nation’s first statewide Father’s Day on June 19, 1910.  It was not until 1972—58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official—that the day honoring fathers became a nationwide holiday in the United States. Father’s Day 2022 will occur on Sunday, June 19.” (The History Channel June 16 2022 https://www.history.com/news/hitler-death-cause-teeth-analysis) More at https://beforyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode: What happens after we die? Ascension? Reincarnation? What if we had a way to look way beyond the confines of religion and societal norms, and to understand the truth behind so many of the traditions, assumptions and beliefs that shape modern-day life. Stay tuned as we talked to a man that has those unique answers. I'm your host Michael Herst welcome to One More Thing Before You Go.⁠ ⁠My guest in this episode is Steven Machat is an American entertainment entrepreneur, a film producer, the author of ten books, a music publisher, and manager and lawyer of talent as well as an owner of record labels. Machat has represented Electric Light Orchestra, Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Ready for The World, Leonard Cohen, Phil Spector Snoop Dogg, Stacey Jackson, Phil Crown and Bobby Brown to name a few. In Steven’s tenth book, “We’ve Got to Get Out of This Place!” he explores the smoke and mirrors that surround humanity, religion and philosophy, revealing the truths that remain hidden in plain sight. He delves deep into the exploration of Earthly death, ascension and reincarnation and draws convincing research-based conclusions to five of the most significant questions for mankind, including, 'what happens after we die?' Find out more at: https://beforeyougopodcast.com. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode: One More Thing Before You Go Over the Teacup with Michael and Diane this is a fantastic Sunday we hope you're having a wonderful day. You know as you know these conversations are casual on Sundays we figures of time to reflect timing to be grateful and a time to have a little fun. this morning we're going to talk about something near and dear to our hearts because it reminded us on Friday night that we missed our favorite date night guilty pleasure making homemade pasta and watching Magnum P.I. Well somebody at CBS decided to cancel this popular show and we want to talk about that today get it off our chest and tell you how you can have an opportunity to possibly save this brilliant piece of adventure drama comedy Hawaiian O’hana Let me give you some quick background Original Magnum P.I. ran from 1980 to 1988 created by did Donald P Bellisario and Glen A Larson, Starring Tom Selleck as Thomas Magnum, John Hillerman as Higgins, Roger Mosley as TC, Larry Menetti as Rick. The log line for the original Magnum P.I. was “the adventures of a HAWAIIN based private investigator The Magnum P.I. reboot ran from 2018 to 2022 76 episodes was created by Eric Guggenheim and Peter M lenkov. This Magnum reboot stars Jay Hernandez as Magnum, Perdita Weeks as Higgins (which is a nice new twist), Zachary Knighten as Rick, Stephen Hill the helicopter flying TC. The log line for Magnum P.I. the reboot is “An ex-Navy Seal that returns from Afghanistan and uses his military skills to become a private investigator in Hawaii They brought in some familiar faees from the Hawaii Five-0 series that ran from including Amy Hill plays Kumu, the beachside food truck, and another favorite Tim Kang who plays Detective Gordon Kastumoto. Of course, a whole cast and crew that have created a brilliant Adventure each week with some familiar faces in a rotating cast of stars we’ve all grown to love. To help save this brilliant show visit https://www.change.org/p/save-magnum-pi-for-a-season-5?recruiter=292902173&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=sms&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial&recruited_by_id=4511f1e0-f609-11e4-a53d-b3c70824e435&share_bandit_exp=initial-33320679-en-US (Change.org) or follow the Twitter feed for Saving  Magnum P.I. https://twitter.com/savemagnumpi (https://twitter.com/savemagnumpi) More info https://beforeyougopodcast.com (https://beforeyougopodcast.com) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode, we are going to have a conversation with the author of a new children’s book, that can help kids and families deal with death and grief in an open and honest way; encourage the sharing of memories of loved ones, and how to have those difficult conversations about losing someone. Heaven’s Bell takes us on a journey of two Best Friends that must face the reality of death and the possibility of what’s beyond that. This book offers a way for people to talk about death and grief and has a special way to share memories and keep them alive; it was written for teens but enjoyed by people of all ages. I’m your host Michael Herst Welcome to One More Thing Before You Go: That Thing About Heaven’s Bell. My guest in this episode is Sherrie Barch, who is the CEO of two Forbes' ranked top executive search firms and a leadership consulting company. An expert in the areas of leadership, team development, and diversity, her forward-thinking approach to work was recognized when she was chosen to participate in the 'altMBA" program designed and led by leadership guru, Seth Godin.  But Sherrie's passion for storytelling and making room for serious and "heavy" conversations is what brought her to One More Thing Before You Go. This passion was a strong motivation for her to write her children's book, Heaven's Bell, based on a story of the same name she penned several years prior. The story focuses on 11-year-old best friends Cody and Ashley, and what happens when their once-in-a-lifetime friendship is threatened by personal tragedy. We’re going to have a conversation about creating a safe space for families to have a conversation about death and dying in a natural and productive way. Find out more and how to find Sherrie and get your copy of Heavens Bell at https://beforeyougopodcast.com (https://beforeyougopodcast.com). This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode Have you ever wondered about virtual reality is and whether or not it is right for you? How about if you of and older age group who grew up wishing we had this watching it on Star Trek, watching it in the sci-fi movies…..Do you think you can have some fun? Would you want to learn? Diane and I are going to answer those questions and more today... This is One More Thing Before You Go …Over the Teacup Sunday with Michael and Diane We are your host for the day, I'm Michael and I’m Diane. Good Morning everybody we hope you're having a fantastic weekend we can't wait to have a nice conversation with you today in regard to virtual reality. That's right Diane and I dived into the deep end with virtual reality and bought an Occulus Meta Quest 2 I am a tech geek if you want to call it I have always tried to keep ahead of technology as it progressed throughout the years and I could not wait to try virtual reality I know it's been on the market for a little while but we had the first opportunity to actually test it out when we visited our kids in California and we got to use theirs. So buckle up come or put your feet up relax grab a cup of tea or coffee or whatever floats your boat and let's talk about virtual reality over 50… More info https://beforeyougopodcast.com ============= This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode: Dementia… they call it the long goodbye. According to the Alzheimer’s Association more than 6 million Americans are living with dementia or Alzheimer’s. By 2050 this number is projected to rise to nearly 13 million, worldwide that number stands at 55 million, with over 60% living in low- and middle-income countries. One in three Senior dies with Alzheimer’s or other dementia it kills more than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. In 2020 COVID-19 contributed to 17% increase in Alzheimer’s and dementia deaths, and in 2022 Alzheimer’s and other dementia will cost the nation $321 billion by 2050 these costs could reach nearly 1 trillion. More than 11 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementia in 2021 those caregivers provided more than 16 billion hours of care valued at nearly $272 billion. Please stay tuned as we're going to have a discussion with an individual that choke that journey to take care of her mother with dementia and wrote a book about it, we have a lot in common as you all know, my wife and I took care of her father for the last 18 months of his life while he had dementia. I'm your host Michael Herst welcome to One More Thing Before You Go… My guest in this episode is Carolyn Birrell she is retired and now author, after having spent 20 years working first for the American Cancer Society, and then as a real estate agent in the Altlanta Georgia area. Soon after her move, she relocated her aging mother to be near her and spent the next eight years caring for her while learning “all things dementia.” What began as a written collection of her mother’s difficult behaviors during dementia’s earliest stages quickly turned into a comprehensive book entitled WALKING WITH FAY My Mother's Uncharted Path into Dementia…that she continued to update until the inevitable end of her mother’s disease. It speaks of one woman’s journey on her mother’s path into dementia of which we are going to take a little bit of that journey with her today… Find out more and how to contact/find Carolyn’s book and services on the website: https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode: Growing up after WWII in a small Southern town, struggling with the patriarchy, an anxious mother, panic attacks, artist block, and finding a husband who would support her twin passions of raising children AND having a career; a doomed romance with a dashing French man, participation in guerilla tactics to preserve historic buildings in Raleigh North Carolina, physically moving and renovating an historic house. We going to have a conversation with the Author of the memoir “The Book of Ruth, Taming Ghosts and Saving History” which narrates fifty years of saving historic places in North Carolina, creating art, raising two good kids to adulthood, and ultimately finding the right partner. I’m your host, Michael Herst, this is One More Thing Before You Go and welcome to Over the Teacup Sunday, The Book of Ruth, Taming Ghost and Preserving History. My guest in this episode struggled between a career that demanded a good deal of travel to document historic buildings and landscapes, and acute anxiety triggered by that travel. Ruth Little’s life as a child, adult and professional woman involved investigating and battling ghosts. As a historic preservationist, she explored North Carolina’s past, making new discoveries, and fighting to preserve physical evidence that otherwise would have been destroyed and lost. At the same time, she was dealing with her own ghosts and self-preservation. She grew up with a mentally ill mother and grappled with their relationship until she died. At age 21, she suffered her first panic attack, which felt like a near-death experience. These attacks, which Ruth kept secret, continued to plague her for decades nearly every time she traveled. She created a memoir as a record of what it was like to be a professional woman and artist when such pursuits were actively discouraged. Welcome to One More Thing Before You Go. Find out more about Ruth here: https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode: bipolar disorder, suicide, overcoming grief after that suicide, continuing personal growth and Soul Selves Framework. We’re going to learn all of that and more when we have a conversation with an individual that lost her twin flame to suicide and now celebrates her grief. Stay tuned, I’m your host Michael Herst, welcome to One More Thing Before You Go. My guest in this episode is Kerri Scott, an author, speaker, designer, and thought leader. In 2002 she was awakened by grief when she lost her twin flame to suicide. Now because of that tragic death, her purpose in life is to align the energies of her heart and throat to share her grief journey and inspire suicide survivors to break their silence. She is bringing voice to a silent epidemic. From that awakening journey also emerged the Soul Selves Framework; A mindset tool that brings awareness to the patterns of behavior that keep us from becoming our authentic selves. In this episode we are going to learn her journey, discuss the stigma around grief, death, suicide and mental health, and if you were going through this journey or know someone who is, how to Celebrate that Grief, to Transform Your Loss into Self-Love…. Welcome to the show https:/beforeyougopodcast.com MUSIC Let's Boogie by Chris Phaze Licensed through an agreement between Shutterstock Canada, ULC, doing business as PremiumBeat(“PremiumBeat”) and Michael R Herst, One ore Thing Productions LLC, Music Ghost Rider by Gyom Licensed through an agreement between Shutterstock Canada, ULC, doing business as PremiumBeat(“PremiumBeat”) and Michael R Herst, One ore Thing Productions LLC, SUPPORT One More Thing Before You Go with unique Merch https://beforeyougopodcast.shop All Thing One More Thing https://taplink.cc/beforeyougopodcast This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode of over the teacup Sunday, Diane and I along with our daughter Nicole have a conversation over tea about the 2022 renewal/cancellation season. We're gonna talk about our favorite TV shows that were renewed, the ones that they canceled, in the ones that we didn't watch and may go back and try them out. So grab a cup of coffee, a cup of tea, or whatever you have to perk up your Sunday morning sit back and join the conversation! For your convenience we've included the whole slate of Renewed and Cancelled shows for 2022! Hey one more thing before you go this is over the teacup Sunday just like we promised, here is episode I’m your host Michael Herst my lovely co-host Diane, and our special guest is our lovely daughter Nicole and we’re going to have a cup of tea or whatever we drink and we’re going to talk about the dreaded renewal/cancellation television Season, Yes that's right we're going to be talking about our favorites that got renewed and the ones we’re happy they got cancelled and the ones that were very very sad they got cancelled so stay tuned grab a cup of tea a cup of coffee or whatever you have and let's get started …welcome to the show…. ABC Renewed Abbott Elementary Big Sky The Conners The Goldbergs The Good Doctor Grey's Anatomy A Million Little Things The Rookie Station 19 The Wonder Years Canceled  Black-ish The Promised Land Queens CBS Renewed Blue Bloods Bob Hearts Abishola CSI: Vegas The Equalizer FBI FBI: Most Wanted FBI: International Ghosts NCIS NCIS: Hawa'ii NCIS: Los Angeles The Neighborhood S.W.A.T. Young Sheldon Canceled  B Positive Bull Good Sam How We Roll Magnum P.I. United States of Al NBC Renewed  American Auto The Blacklist Chicago Fire Chicago Med Chicago PD Grand Crew La Brea Law & Order Law & Order: Organized Crime Law & Order: SVU New Amsterdam Young Rock Canceled  The Endgame Kenan Mr. Mayor Ordinary Joe This is Us FOX Renewed, or almost  Bob's Burgers Call Me Kat The Cleaning Lady Family Guy The Great North 9-1-1 9-1-1: Lone Star The Resident The Simpsons Welcome to Flatch  Canceled  The Big Leap  Our Kind of People Pivoting CW Renewed  All American All American: Homecoming The Flash Kung Fu Nancy Drew Riverdale Superman & Lois Walker Canceled  Batwoman Charmed Dynasty 4400 In the Dark  Legacies Legends of Tomorrow Naomi Roswell, N.M.  Fore more visit https://eforeyougopodcast.com xuK1vq2WZyJ0Y6YaEu5y This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In This episode: a story of a quest for inner peace, overcoming the dark side of negativity – from being born with her right foot up against her right shin, being adopted, merciless teased as the first girl boarder at a boy's boarding school, growing up with two adoptive alcoholic parents, and finding her mother dead on the bathroom floor when she was 19. How do you cope with that? How do you access those deep held emotions and tensions, to heal from mental and physical ailments? We're going to find out how when we have a conversation with Ann Hince who lived through it..and can show you how you can too. I am your host Michael Herst welcome to One More Thing Before You Go. When Ann was 19, she woke one morning to find her mother dead in her bathroom. Twenty years later the tears from that trauma were still just under the surface. Ann found a simple technique that helped her release these emotions - but she went further and can now put her awareness inside her body - and has changed the bone structure of her skull and grown ½ an inch at age 55. Ann has found that seeking out our truth, what we truly feel, and accepting those feelings, is the key to inner peace. I am just like many other people. Just like you perhaps? I had a childhood with plenty of trauma and dysfunction. I had PTSD into my 30s, the result of two alcoholic parents. I became a software engineer because it was so comforting to know that logic could work in part of my life, even though it never seemed to work in my chaotic life as a child. In my 30s and 40s I was afforded the luxury of being a stay-at-home mom to my two boys. Realizing how traumatized I still was when my boys were young, I set out to become the calm mom I wanted to be. I changed. Things changed. Life changed. I had no idea where I was heading, I just continued to do “my release work” which is what I called it. Nothing felt better, so why not? And here I am years later, the calm mom I wanted to be (well, most of the time), with powerful brainwaves (see below), with others feeling calm around me, with seemingly magical events happening daily, and with the ability to sense and release tension deep within my body. My goal is to reach those people who really want inner change, inner peace, those who have the desire and will to do the inner work. There are many who do not want to look inside, but if you are someone who does, who really wants change, then it is my pleasure to show you the path. Find out more and how to contact Ann to help you: https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode, we have an award-winning photographer, and event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide, her marriage was crumbling around her, her friendships were devoured in lies, the self-hatred, and childhood trauma realization hitting her hard, she made a choice to rebuild, it was then SHE made the hardest decision in her life ….to turn tragedy into triumph … this sounds like a true life soap opera …stay tuned you’re going to hear that story from the person that lived it and through it. My guest in this episode is Jacqueline Phillips, an award-winning photographer in the event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide and decided to take her life back. She’s going to help us understand how she faced the origins of her self-hatred, dealt with her childhood trauma, freed herself from the burden of what she grew up with, and how she rebuilt the foundation of her marriage, and wants to make sure that you can to. Https://beforeyougopodcast.com Welcome to flashback Friday! This episode originally ran in December of 2021! Jacqueline is one of my favorite conversations because of her profound journey as a photographer, author and survivor on the brink of suicide, infidelity, friendships, lies, the self-hatred, childhood Trauma. it is inspirational, motivational, and educational I hope that you get as much as this as I did. Starting next Friday flashback Fridays are going to be replaced with over their teacup Fridays so we are looking forward to that in the meantime…. In this episode, we have an award-winning photographer, and event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide, her marriage was crumbling around her, her friendships were devoured in lies, the self-hatred, and childhood trauma realization hitting her hard, she made a choice to rebuild, it was then SHE made the hardest decision in her life ….to turn tragedy into triumph … this sounds like a true life soap opera …stay tuned you’re going to hear that story from the person that lived it and through it. My guest in this episode is Jacqueline Phillips, an award-winning photographer in the event venue owner, author and survivor who was on the brink of suicide and decided to take her life back. She’s going to help us understand how she faced the origins of her self-hatred, dealt with her childhood trauma, freed herself from the burden of what she grew up with, and how she rebuilt the foundation of her marriage, and wants to make sure that you can to. Https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode:what do you do when you lose your mother and you’re about to become a mother yourself? Who do you ask about raising a child? Where do you turn when you are separated from your mother by physical distance, estrangement, or death? In this episode we're going to learn how you, as a mother, can recognize that it’s OK, and if your spouse has lost their mother, how you can help them move forward from feelings of insecurity, isolation, and overwhelm to a place of resilience. My guest in this episode is a mom without a mom of two boys, a clinical psychologist, and Mom Coach passionate about helping moms separated from their mother by physical distance, estrangement, or death, move from feelings of insecurity, isolation, and overwhelm to a place of resilience. Dr Melissa Reilly, through her personal and professional experience, has come to recognize that moms without a mom …. experience grief as part of their motherhood experience, even if they don’t realize it. The relationship moms have had (or didn’t have) with their mothers impacts how they see themselves but doesn’t define them. In this episode we’re going to have a conversation and learn about the notion that it isn’t knowledge and skills that create resilience, but rather it is born through overcoming hardship, having a community, and living by one’s values. Find oit more information about Melissa and how she can help you at https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode it’s finally here Mother's Day 2022 today's May 8th it's a Sunday and we're so happy that she joined us. Mother’s Day, is celebrated as a holiday in honor of mothers in countries throughout the world. In its modern form the holiday originated in the United States, where it is observed on the second Sunday in May. Many other countries also celebrate the holiday on this date, while some mark the observance at other times of the year. Mothers are special because without them none of us would be here! Throughout history there is historical documentation in one form or another of celebrating moms. In fact there are some very unique forms of this celebration that can be traced back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, who held festivals in honor of the Great Mother of the Gods Rhea also called Cybele, of the ancient Oriental and Greco-Roman deity, known by a variety of local names; the name Cybele or Cybebe predominates in Greek and Roman literature from about the 5th century BC onward. Her full official Roman name was Mater Deum Magna Idaea (Great Idaean Mother of the Gods). The clearest modern precedent for Mother’s Day is the early Christian festival known as “Mothering Sunday.” Once a major tradition in the United Kingdom and parts of Europe, this celebration fell on the fourth Sunday in Lent and was originally seen as a time when the faithful would return to their “mother church”—the main church in the vicinity of their home—for a special service. . During the Middle Ages the custom developed of allowing those who had moved away to visit their home parishes and their mothers on Laetare Sunday, the fourth Sunday of Lent. This became Mothering Sunday in Britain, where it continued into modern times, although it has largely been replaced by Mother’s Day. Mother's Day is celebrated on Sunday, May 8, 2022. The history channel May 8,2022 https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/mothers-day The American embodiment of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 I just a deeply personal day for and visiting with your mother which became an official U.S. holiday in 1914. Unfortunately with the commercialization by florist retailers in card companies in other industries that work to promote the holiday, Jarvis would later condemn the holiday Jarvis felt that the day that she created to appreciate your mother and maybe help her around the house with other things or sit and talk and have a cup of tea, was ruined due to that commercialization and spent the later part of her life trying to remove it from the calendar. While dates and celebrations vary, Mother’s Day traditionally is celebrated in the United states in North America, South America, United Kingdom, Thailand, Mexico, Spain, Nepal, Ethiopia and many more. https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Hello one more thing before you go family, if you notice an episode did not go up today Friday, May 6. Unfortunately, this was due to some technical difficulties beyond our control. Happy to be thankful that 178 episodes in this is the first time a technical issue has prevented an episode from being posted; We're going to make it up to you, as the episode is actually dedicated to Mother’s Day so in that regard please forgive us for the technical difficulties beyond our control, and tune in this Sunday on Mother's Day for a special Mother's Day episode. We think everything has gotten squared away and will allow us to resume our regular broadcast schedule. We want to thank you very much for being part of the one more thing before you go family, I look forward to continuing to bring you the best of the best in conversation. And one more thing before you go have a fantastic day a great weekend and we'll see you on Sunday! This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode: life changing journey, death defying incident, spiritual awakening and lessons for a better world. We have a conversation with a man whose book was inspired by a Guardian Angel to help motivate others to find the good in our lives and be grateful. I’m your host Michael Herst, welcome to One More Thing Before You Go, this is That Thing About 12 Hours of Heaven. My guest in this episode is Rick Ornelas known around the world as an Ultimate Success Coach™, bestselling author, and founder of I Spark Change. He helps those looking for clarity and guidance eliminate the roadblocks preventing their personal and professional success so they can infuse instant growth into their business and life while spreading positive change around the world. After a near-death experience, family tragedies, and deaths, he finally got the wake-up call in the form of divine inspiration and an awe-inspiring spiritual connection when he least expected it and creating a global movement to spread positive change. find out more about Rick, I Spark Change and how to get involved at: https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Hey one more thing before you go: we have a new Flashback Friday episode!  In this episode, we share an incredible life journey and showcase how family can step forward and save a life. This is also one of my favorite episodes from the past where Alison Tierney took an aggressive and proactive approach to helping her sister stave off a devastating and debilitating disease and transformed her life with a naturopathic and holistic approach. Hope you enjoy this compelling story of a-life journey as much as I did! In this episode we are going to see how the love of a sister with lupus, motivated a Registered Dietitian to find a way to stop Lupus in its tracks.  In that process it changed her life’s purpose to building a company focused on reversing or eliminating chronic disease. We have a conversation with Alison Tierney, Registered Dietitian specializing in Oncology, and the founder of Wholesome LLC. a virtual based company working to improve the health and lifestyle with prevention, improvement, and management of common chronic health conditions. Although Alison is board-certified in oncology nutrition, she is multi-passionate in nutrition and her expertise goes beyond cancer and involves helping others with the management of chronic diseases such as: heart diseases, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and autoimmune diseases. You can find her and reach out to see if a plant-based diet can help you here: https://www.wholesomellc.com/ (www.wholesomellc.com) Email: alison@wholesomellc.com Cell Phone: 414.339.6125 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wholesomellc/ (https://www.facebook.com/wholesomellc/)  https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In This episode Hauntings, Ghost Hunting, Supernatural possibilities...answering the questions “ “What's it like to catch a ghost on camera? How do you feel when you ask a question, and a spirit answers you back? Can paranormal investigators get answers from the other side to validate that ghost really do exist? Stay tuned I’m your host Michael Herst, welcome to One More Thing Before You Go this is That Thing About “Hauntings, Supernatural Romance and The Lady Ghostbusters” My guest in this episode is Eleanor Wagner, she is the founder of The Lady Ghostbusters Paranormal Team, the author of four books: including three in the Paranormal and Supernatural arena, as well a supernatural romance novel, and a children’s book coming out this year. Eleanor is a producer and host of both a podcast on a live show. As a ghost buster Eleanor was featured on "Paranormal Caught on Camera" in November 2020 discussing her investigation of the Sterling Hill Mines in Ogdensburg, New Jersey. You can find more information on Eleanor her books and how to follow her ghost hunting headaches with the lady Ghostbusters here on the website: https://beforeyougopodcast.com (https://beforeyougopodcast.com) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Hey One more thing before you go; In this episode we're going to have conversations about childhood sexual violence, domestic abuse, alcoholism and mental illness in a way that shatter the walls of the stigmas that surround these topics. Overcoming these tremendous odds of negativity to triumph and create an environment to help other people going through the same thing come through. I’m your host Michael Herst welcome to one more thing before you go…. this is That Thing About the Secrets That Define Our Lives My guest in this episode is Charlene Madden, a woman who has spent most of her life living in a state of darkness. After experiencing over 9 years of sexualized trauma at the hands of her grandfather, a decade of domestic violence, and 3+ decades of mental illness and suicidal ideology, she was just 2 days away from taking her life when she attended a women's workshop where everything changed. She was able to take off her blinders, begin the healing process, and find her Purpose and reclaim her life by sharing her Message of Hope, Evolution, and Transformation that she now shares with people all over the world.  Charlene is an Advocate for Mental Health, Creator & Host of @igniteyourlifebc on Instagram, Life Strategist, Promoter of Self-Responsibility, Author, Speaker, Wife, and Mom .. Https://beforeyougopodcast.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
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