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Mystic GLoLady Interview on an

Internationally Syndicated Radio Talk Show

Here is the link for my interview – Tuesday, March 22, 2016 - on The ‘X’ Zone Radio Show with rob McConnell: 2. Segment 2 – 21 hrs – 22 hrs – LISA BAIN LANDIS – http://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/4242403 http://xzoneradiotv.com

‘X’ Zone is an internationally syndicated radio talk show since 1992. Based in Canada, the host, creator and executive producer; Rob McConnell, has Interviewed over 3800 guests on topics including paranormal, Angels, prophecies, conspiracy, herbalism, unsolved mysteries, and many more.

GLoLady discusses her childhood experiences of near death, UFO encounter, Christian upbringing, prophecy, and mystical teachings that led to her enlightened life as a Mystic. Her foresight used to create inventions ahead of their time and her latest invention of an Astrology teaching tool.

Astrology is the Treasure Map to your Soul. Quickly learn the basics with easy to use cards to find scientific studied meaning to your unique life path.

Paranormal is my normal.

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Rev Lisa G. Landis aka *GLoLady* shows her credentials as a Mystic Intuitive using her birth chart. Offering her services as a psychic medium to help you understand your birth chart, Tarot for an intuitive reading and guidance.
GLoLady's Portfolio
This is Part One  1980-2002
 
GLoLady's Portfolio part two Features the music of James Crouch. James provided the theme music for GLoLady TV.
 
 
You will see The Last Patrol Veterans 900 Mile March, Glo' In Safety in the Corporate World, Psychic Medium in Cassadaga, FL, Produce stand in Brevard, NC, and the start of GLoLady TV. What happened and what they all had in common. Who will I be next? See it in Part Three...
 Now I use my never dull & boring Personal Soap Opera to tell the story through the best blues artist you will hear play. 
 
Enjoy....the good version...
 
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GLoLady's Portfolio part one http://youtu.be/1s0nu78IVgw
 
 
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Seeking Kindness is a hard job! 
 
Most do not want to give away a smile let alone a hand up. 
Even though smile are free and contagious they are rarely given.
 Surprising how some will go the extra effort to turn away and frown. 
 
 
My Soul felt appreciation and Blessings to all who have shown me much kindness!
 
Just in the case people do not know what Kindness is; This is as defined in Wikipedia:
 
 
Kindness is the act or the state of being kind, being marked by good and charitable behavior, pleasant disposition, and concern for others. It is known as a virtue, and recognized as a value in many cultures and religions (see ethics in religion). Research has shown that acts of kindness does not only benefit receivers of the kind act, but also the giver, as a result of the release of neurotransmitters responsible for feelings of contentment and relaxation when such acts are committed.
 

In philosophy

  • According to book two of Aristotle's "Rhetoric" it is one of the (seelist of emotions), which is defined as being "helpfulness towards some one in need, not in return for anything, nor for the advantage of the helper himself, but for that of the person helped".[2]
  • Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche argued that kindness and love are the "most curative herbs and agents in human intercourse".[3]
  • Kindness is considered to be one of the Knightly Virtues.
  • According to eighteenth century Bohemian philosopher Honza z Žižkova kindness is the most important part of his practical philosophy on deceiving bureaucracy. Kindness is also thought by many to be the lost 11th of the 10 commandments. "Thou shall be merciful and kind to all creatures that roam the fruits of thy land." Peter IIV

In religion

  • It is considered to be one of the seven virtues, specifically the one of the Seven Contrary Virtues (direct opposites of the seven deadly sins) that is the direct opposite to envy.[4]
  • The Talmud claims that "deeds of kindness are equal in weight to all the commandments."
  • Paul of Tarsus characterizes love as being "patient and kind..." (I Corinthians).
  • It is listed as one of the Christian Fruits of the Spirit by Paul of Tarsus in his Letter to the Galatians 5:22, "The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law."
  • In Buddhism, one of the Ten Perfections (Paramitas) is Mett?, which is usually translated into English as "loving-kindness". Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama wrote "my religion is kindness" and authored a book entitled "Kindness, Clarity, and Insight".[5]
  • Confucius urges his followers to "recompense kindness with kindness."
  • Basavanna's 'most-quoted saying in Kannada asks, "Where is religion without loving-kindness?"'.[6]
  • In Islam there are many Surahs of Allahs kindness to his slaves. The Prophet Muhammad himself said "Allah is kind and He loves Kindness". One of the first traditions of behaviour passed down to Muslim children is the Seminal doctrine "Have Mercy to those on Earth and the One in Heaven shall have Mercy upon you". The Mercy mentioned here completely embodies Kindness.

In psychoanalysis

Analysts warn that 'real kindness changes people in the doing of it, often in unpredictable ways. Real kindness is an exchange with essentially unpredictable consequences'.[7]

They also argue that, in a relationship, 'real kindness, real fellow-feeling, entails hating and being hated - that is, really feeling available frustrations – and through this coming to a more real relationship'.[8]

In literature

  • It has been suggested that 'most of Shakespeare's opus could be considered a study of human kindness'.[9]
  • Robert Louis Stevenson considered that 'the essence of love is kindness; and indeed it may best be defined as passionate kindness: kindness, so to speak, run mad and become importunate and violent'.[10]
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kindness 
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