Thursday, March 12, 2009

Consicous resources, quote & interview about law enforcement

-- Quote of the Day --

"Every walk to the woods is a religious rite, every bath in the stream is a saving ordinance. Communion service is at all hours, and the bread and wine are from the heart and marrow of Mother Earth."
~ John Burroughs

-- Conscious Discussions --

An award-winning, nationally published journalist, Daniel P. Smith left his career as a high school teacher behind in 2004 to pursue the writing life. Less than five months removed from the classroom and 23 years old, Smith teamed with Lake Claremont Press to pen On the Job: Behind the Stars of the Chicago Police Department, his first book and one inspired by his roots in a Chicago Police family. On top of all of this Daniel is also a noted speaker and is presently working with photographer and fellow Chicagoan Brian Palm to share the stories and images of Chicago's fading buildings. Daniel also serves on the Chicago Writer Association's board of directors. It was a sincere pleasure listening to all the advice and technical know-how that today's guest shared for the world of writing.

To hear today's archived interview, simply click on the hyper-linked show title here in this post or look to the right for the Conscious Discussions talk radio show. When you get there simply click on the play button to hear today's interview.

-- Conscious Living Resources --

Your Green Friend - this blog offers new innovative technology for greening the planet; everything from low-flow showerheads and downspout rain pillows (instead of rain barrels), to US tax credits and eco-electronics.

In Line Behind Me - Jesse (owner) has created an inspiring site that shows us that "sometimes it just takes a cup of coffee to change the world". You'll want to make time for this site, and perhaps bookmark it so that you can share your own story.

Find Dave & Lillian Brummet, excerpts from their books, information about their radio shows & free resources & articles at

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