Friday, November 20, 2015

No Limits

 No Limits
Friday, November 13
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
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For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Leah Goldstein.  She is a world champion kick-boxer, Race Across America winner, one of the first female instructors of the elite Commando division of the Israeli Military, and a record-breaking professional cyclist.  She'll talk about not ever backing down from a challenge.  Her mission is to push people past their perceived boundaries and live the life they want and deserve. 

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November is Native American Heritage Month

“The old people came literally to love the soil and they sat or reclined on the ground with a feeling of being close to a mothering power. The soil was soothing, strengthening, cleansing and healing.”
— Luther Standing Bear

Thanksgiving and the Wampanoag Indians
Tuesday, November 17
In celebration of Thanksgiving, listen to an interview with Kalani Queypo.  He is a Native American actor of the Blackfeet tribe on the historical drama, "Saints and Strangers" (in photo on far left).  You'll learn from him about the real history behind the trails and tribulations of the first settlers at Plymouth: 102 men, women and children who sailed on a chartered ship for a place they had ever seen.  Of this group, half were those we know as “Pilgrims,” religious separatists who abandoned their prior lives for a single cause: religious freedom.  The other, the “adventurers,” were motivated by real-world material objectives as opposed to spiritual ideas. 

This clash of values created complex inner struggles for the group as they sought to establish new individual identities and a new colony, compounded by a complicated relationship with the Native Americans.  The powerful Wampanoag Indian chief Massasoit negotiated the earliest agreements with the Pilgrim leaders – treaties that would remain binding until his death decades later.  In addition, historians credit Massasoit and his people with the settlers’ success by sharing farming and fishingtechniques.

We encourage you to join in the conversation with Kalani Queypo next Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 8 a.m. (PT)/11 a.m. (ET).

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