Friday, April 9, 2010

Wild Chickens & Petty Tyrants


Wild Chicken
Wild Chickens & Petty Tyrants
Friday, April 9
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Arnie Kozak, a psychologist who has studied with the Dalai Lama. He'll talk about original metaphors and creating your own, drawn from Buddhism to clarify mindfulness and encourage us to practice it even amid internal or external chaos. Wild chickens are a metaphor for people in our lives who are "loud" and not to let them compromise our calmness or interfere with our ability to practice mindfulness. Petty tyrants are persons who are consistently grumpy and dismissive of us, no matter what we do. They are a reminder to catch ourselves before mindlessly reacting and to not take ourselves too seriously.


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GodHealing God
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Marie Levit. Similar in style of Neale Donald Walsch's bestseller "Conversations with God," "Healing God"
is a dialogue between the author and the Creator. Her discussions with God cover a vast terrain from guilt and fear to loving others, from why we're here to why we die.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 223





StoolThe Three-Legged Stool:
A Tax-Efficient Approach to Retirement Planning
For Beyond 50's "Personal Finance" talks, listen to Rick Rodgers, one the country's top wealth managers. He'll explain about the IRS looking forward to your retirement. Due to our complicated tax system, the government is entitled to a significant amount of your retirement assets - unless you protect them properly. You'll learn about his Three-Legged Stool approach, involving Leg One: Tax-Deferred Savings Strategies; Leg Two: After-Tax Strategies; and Leg Three: Tax Free Savings Strategies.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 222






PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soar; and champion human rights.


Letters to God
Letters to God

Based on a true story, it is a faith-based film about an 8-year-old boy named Tyler Doherty facing cancer. His letters, that are prayers to God, are delivered by Brady, a troubled and cynical postman. He takes Tyler's letters to the local church and are read by those in his neighborhood. The boy's letters, full of his fears, hopes and prayers, touch their lives in a heartwarming way. (Available in theatres everywhere; Genre: Drama, Family; Running Time: 110 min.)




How to Train Your DragonHow to Train Your Dragon
This is a fun and visually exciting film set in an isolated, Viking village. The main character is Hiccup, a geeky and awkward teen who aspires to hunt dragons and goes through training at a dragon fighting school. He is a passive rebel, having misunderstandings with his father, the village chief named Stoic the Vast. Hiccup's invention that shoots a rope to catch a dragon, helps him capture the dreaded Night Fury, the fastest and smartest dragon. (Available in theatres everywhere; Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy; Running Time: 1 hr., 38 min.)





No One Knows About Persian CatsNo One Knows About Persian Cats
This docu-style drama is about a young woman named Negar and her boyfriend Ashkan forming an indie rock band. They cut a record, stage a concert, buy false passports and visas, and immigrate to London. It's a fascinating look into the underground and forbidden rock scene in Tehran. The film is a protest against the repression and censorship. Young musicians rehearse in secretive places, always in fear of possible police arrest. (To be released in select theatres on April 16; Genre: Drama; Running Time: 1 hr., 46 min.)


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