A talk about deciding on the Greater Good, and how we all face the decisions In the Garden of Gethsemane. A talk and Meditation about what we are all facing now.
A talk with Dr. Michael Rimm about how families and children can work together in these stressful times. Maui mental, development and behavior therapy services at Galler Rimm consists of child, teen youth, and adult psychiatry, developmental, emotional and behavioral pediatrics, and ABA services. They provide Psychiatric services for a variety of mental & behavioral conditions such as:
- ABA Applied Behavioral Analysis
- Child Behavior & Mental Health
- Adult Mental Health
- Learning Disabilities
- Special Education
- ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
I talk to Richard Yust, Maui Food Bank Executive Director ..Maui Food Bank’s mission is to help the hungry in Maui County by collecting and distributing food through community partnerships.
The Maui Food Bank is Maui County’s primary safety net for hunger relief. The Food Bank serves 10,000 people a month who are food insecure. Of those served 40% are children and youth. Working with over 120 partner agencies, the Food Bank distributes safe and nutritious food to individuals, families, kids, the working poor, seniors on fixed incomes, the homeless and anyone who is at risk of going hungry. This includes people in need living in the rural communities of Hana, Molokai and Lanai.
trying to accept this strange new norm
such a radical change
as our life is reformed
this dark shadow grows with fear
and numbers mount it becomes clear
more and more life’s are taken
and there’s not much we can do
except stay inside
and stay glued to the news
I’m trying hard to pretend
that it will be ok
but part of me is angry
at the how COVID 19
has changed our normal life’s way
I know how to handle all this stress
and I have all the inner tools
and I’m meditating and writing
I’m being thankful too
but there’s a part of me
I recognize and feel
that is torn apart
by this new norms reality
my heart and soul go out
by what those nurses and doctors
trying to save lives as they go about
their work conditions are so horrible
it makes me freak out
so I write what I can and hope
that those out of work can get by
until the time this pandemic
and the crises dies
this new norm is changing our lives
but there’s a more powerful force
that directs the power of good in life
that still finds
the power within us to inspire
and that spark of light may flicker
but it holds a Spirit shines so bright
as I pray to God to help us get by
and find a way to deal with this strange new norm
It’s time to break through the limitations that are being imposed in life by going inwards. This is a talk and meditation to help you feel free of limitations.
A meditative walk in a Maui forest with Birds
Joseph Rosendo’s musings.
Four-time Emmy-award winning PBS director and host Joseph Rosendo has been a travel journalist since 2007 he has been the executive producer, host, director and writer of the American Public Television series Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope which has aired on PBS and Public Television Stations in the United States and Canada with 117 episodes in distribution. Season 10 was released in the sprng of 2018 and Season 11 followed in August, 2019.
Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope has won 42 Telly awards, been nominated for 18 National Daytime Emmy Awards and won six, including 2 personal Emmys for Outstanding Directing in a Lifestyle/Culinary/Travel Program category and 2 Emmys for his role as host.
Rosendo published his first travel story in the Los Angeles Times in 1980 and since then has been published in national and regional publications. and a book of short stories entitled, MUSINGS — The Short Happy Pursuit of Pleasure and other Journeys.
Rosendo also hosted Travelscope – a national travel radio show from 1985 until 2009, creating more than a thousand original hour-long shows. In addition to his radio show he produced radio features
Rosendo’s journalist awards include nine Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Awards for Video and Audio, the Travel Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) National Award for Tourism Excellence – Globe and Mail Travel Media Award and two Canadian Tourism Commission Northern Lights Broadcast Award. Joseph has also been honored with the Government of France’s Medaille d’Or du Tourisme for his decades of travel journalism on France and his support of France during the run-up to the Iraq War in 2003.
Joseph Rosendo is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers. In addition to his television shows, he also produces travel stories, radio shows, pod casts and a blog covering a wide diversity.
There has been a lot of fear about COVID 19 lately. Here’s a meditation to recognize and release our fears.
I did this mediation outside by the Ocean here on Maui. So many are inside right now I though tI’d share a meditation from thisbeautiful place of beauty and Peace.
A talk with a friend, Robert Dubial, about what is going on in Thailand and his recent trip to Vietnam.