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The world is full of problems. War, famine, disease and all other maladies present daunting challenges to say the least. It would be easy to complain. It would be easy to crawl under the covers and shut out the world. It would be easy to turn a blind eye and do nothing.

It would be easy…except for people like Susan Harmon, host of Susan Harmon Experience – SHE.

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This week on Spotlight and Sunday Morning Magazine- Sundays at 5a-6a

Spotlight with Laurie Hardie, Sunday at 5a: This week we hear from Tammie Enders, a teacher at Stevens Creek Elementary school and Mirza Advic with The Hungry Hearts Foundation.  When Tammie   discovered one of her own students would be without adequate food over winter break, she decided something had to be done. She contacted Anita Caffee, and together they vowed …

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What’s your timeless story?

Look inward and discover your timeless story. Having trouble? Tune into Story U Talk Radio with Coach Debby, Thursday, May 28th at 4 p.m. (repeats Friday, May 29th at 6 a.m.) and learn ways to mine the gold that is within you. “If you’ve studied literature, you know of stories that have lived on for centuries, even thousands of years. …

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Eldon and Ravinder welcome Professor Jay Hall

Tune in June 1st at 12 p.m. to hear Eldon and Ravinder Taylor of Provocative Enlightenment discuss “Is a Young Earth Possible?” with Professor Jay Hall. Professor Hall argues for a youthful world from history and science. In the 1970’s, Australian doctors Robin Warren and Barry Marshall proposed that the bacteria Helicobacter pylori caused ulcers. It took two decades before …

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Latest Podcasts

Astrology Update And Gentry Lange On Voting

Gentry Lange joins Susan to discuss WHY a State Secretary of State is so important in the voting process. The only voice a citizen has is that citizen's vote. If that vote is suppressed or not counted. This is an extremely important issues.

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Your Timeless Story

If you’ve studied literature, you know of stories that have lived on for centuries, even thousands of years. And this is due to their timeless quality. Are you crafting a timeless story? Tune in for today’s lesson!

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Latest Coronavirus News

Scientists taking an exciting look at boredom

sam thomas/iStock(NEW YORK) — Bored during COVID-19 lockdown?  You’re not alone. But why is it that some people can cope with boredom better than others?  That was the question posed by researchers from Washington State University, who looked into how the brain behaves when people are faced with dull tasks.  To do this, they came up with a really dull task: …

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Co-host Jerry O’Connell teases ‘Haircut Night in America’

Screen Grab/CBS ©2020 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. (NEW YORK) — With millions of salons and barbershops still shuttered because of the COVID-19 pandemic, let’s face it: we’re looking a little unkempt — and celebrities are no exception. That’s the motivator behind CBS’ new special, Haircut Night in America, a remotely-shot show that will feature America’s top hair stylists …

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American Heart Association brings back Best Friend Fridays to highlight how pets can help during COVID-19

Manuel Tauber-Romieri/iStock(NEW YORK) — With millions of Americans working from home during the COVID-19 crisis, our pets are becoming more important to our health than ever, reports the American Heart Association.  The organization is bringing back its “Best Friend Fridays” initiative in June to encourage people to incorporate pets into their workday and enjoy the mental and physical health benefits provided …

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