10 episodes

Discussions about life with Adia. Everyone has a life story. Interesting enough, I have one too. My son suggested that I tell my life story, but only in increments, to keep the audience coming back for more. Others have stated, that I am humorous. However, I have not, yet, discovered how to convey this laughter in the podcast. I will also, have segments of interesting interviews from other people's lives to peek your curiosity as to what is coming next. Please join me. I welcome comments on the topics presented.

Adia Rowlett‪e‬ Ada Morrow Smith

    • Society & Culture

Discussions about life with Adia. Everyone has a life story. Interesting enough, I have one too. My son suggested that I tell my life story, but only in increments, to keep the audience coming back for more. Others have stated, that I am humorous. However, I have not, yet, discovered how to convey this laughter in the podcast. I will also, have segments of interesting interviews from other people's lives to peek your curiosity as to what is coming next. Please join me. I welcome comments on the topics presented.

    Conclusion on Looking for "love" in all the wrong places.

    Conclusion on Looking for "love" in all the wrong places.

    References from the Bible on Gods love, forgiveness, and redemption.

    • 7 min
    Looking for "Love" in all the wrong places

    Looking for "Love" in all the wrong places

    A different perspective on love.  Back in the 1970" it was a time of the sexual revolution, a social trend.  It cast aside traditional sexual restraints and began a decade of experimentation and promiscuity. Sexual activity among the young especially increased. That was my time to be a young adult. Well I believe that in today's 21st century it is even become more of a social trend.   It is display openly on our television and media.  In the midst of learning about all the sexually transmitted disease.

     What does sex have to do with love? "Looking for love in all the wrong places"! 

    John 3:16  For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son.   The message of the cross is the Power of God unto salvation. Those who believe, receive and embrace the revelation of what Jesus did on the cross also receive the anointed impartation contained within the message.

     1 John 4:16  God is love. 

    • 19 min
    A Nurses Tale

    A Nurses Tale

    This is a interview with our guest Sandra, who is 72 years young and still working.  Sandra, is a R.N. masters level., who has agreed to share some stormy tales of serious physical illness that she has endured and survived. 

    • 15 min
    Conclusion with statistics on obesity in the U.S.

    Conclusion with statistics on obesity in the U.S.

    Being over weight is a national problem. Let us start eating healthier and lets get moving.  Start your children off with good eating and exercising habits.   We Care! 

    • 3 min
    Obesity

    Obesity

    When we share our life experiences with others it can become a gift of knowledge passed from one person to another. . As  people, in general, we fill vulnerable to share our personal lives.   It can be dangerous to be a open book in the world we live in.  Everyone is not our best friend and will not use the  gift as intended.  This young women did not want to be identified.  She agreed to this interview to help people who share the problems of obesity.  

    • 13 min
    Giving Thanks

    Giving Thanks

    Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving Holiday weekend.  God Bless

    • 8 min

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