Monthly Archives: November 2008
November 29, 2008
A Conversation With Harry Leibowitz
In 1996, Harry had a vision for World of Children when he was recovering from cancer surgery at age 55. Watching the Pulitzer Prize announcements on TV, he noted that while there was a Pulitzer for art and literature, and a Nobel for the sciences and peace, and an Oscar for films, there were no awards for those who were tirelessly serving children in need.
November 22, 2008
A Conversation With William Marks
In the early 1970s, as a student at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) – he researched fish kills and industrial pollution. As a result, a major industry pled guilty after being indicted by a Federal Grand Jury based on Marks’ water sample and photographic evidence under the 1899 Refuse Act. He was subsequently honored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA Region II) with the “Citizen Activist Of The Year” award. After college he traveled Europe and Northwest Africa in order to grasp the significance of the early industrial revolution and old world water management methods. Upon returning to the U.S., he worked as Senior Environmental Analyst for the City of Newark developing programs for storm water runoff; public water supply, and derelict barge and pier removal.
November 15, 2008
A Conversation With Vaishali
From Oprah & Friends Radio to Playboy Radio and a lot of TV appearances too, Vaishali is the author of Wisdom Rising (Purple Haze Press 2008) and You Are What You Love (Purple Haze Press 2006). She is also national health & wellness speaker, radio host on KTLK (greater Los Angeles & Santa Barbara) and KEST (San Francisco). During her twenties and thirties Vaishali suffered from a vast array of emotional and medical problems, including a terminal diagnosis two times, domestic abuse and financial devastation. Her astonishing and compete recovery of the mind, body and spirit gave her the unique ability to make Universal big picture wisdom relevant to the average person’s everyday life. “If you possesses knowledge, but have no idea how to apply or implement that wisdom into your life, that knowledge is meaningless. If it does not improve your life, then it is useless.” Shares Vaishali. Read More
November 8, 2008
A Conversation With John Paul Dejoria
John Paul DeJoria’s rags-to-riches biography exemplifies the American dream – he is a first-generation American turned entrepreneur, philanthropist, government servant, and pillar of the business community. John Paul DeJoria has struggled against the odds not only to achieve success, but to share this success with others. He knows firsthand what it’s like to be the ‘underdog,’ and strives to help as many as possible overcome their challenges and achieve their full potential. Read More